Notes: Spores: globose; partially reticulate; 8-9 micrometers diameter; amyloid.
[admin – Sat Aug 14 02:00:46 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘Goose Island County Park, La Crosse County, La Crosse, Wisconsin’ to ‘Goose Island County Park, La Crosse Co., Wisconsin, USA’
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These don’t look much like Lactarius, but are they really? If they are really a Lactarius, would it be possible to get more of the usual Lactarius info, like latex color, staining reactions, cap/stipe viscid, and so on? And maybe photos of the spores?
Although not that there is much chance I’m going to find these ever, it would be good to document things for other mid-west people perhaps…
like L. camphoratus, but spores don’t seem to fit.
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