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Are as common as finding ‘Squamanita paradoxa’.. The nearest references one might find will be from south of India or from Chinese province of Yunnan.. but I don’t know how relevant they will be for my collection… Which is even more a purpose for my documentation… sadly not going to be very specific till I manage to get a good microscope..
with Lactarius deliciosus group (species with orange/pink/even bluish colours and red latex). In mushroomexpert is stated that the american species are related, but not the same as the european. Yet, I beleive that american and european species are closer related to each other than indian and european ones.
I think you need references and checklists from a closer area. I have searched, but not been able to find anything useful from India, nothing but sites with recipes, cultivation and magic mushrooms..
is more like carrot coloured, with a zonate cap, pitted stem, not turning green etc.
OK Irene.. but I’d like to know what makes it different??
but isn’t L. deliciosus or any other of the known european species..
Found in a mixed conifer forest with cedar, spruce and pine…
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