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Recent observations

Photos / Sounds

What

Deceptive Milky Lactarius deceptivus

Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

October 23, 2015

Description

Under Quercus. Latex white. Very acrid taste very quickly. Latex staining gills brown after a day.

Photos / Sounds

Square

Observer

damontighe

Date

December 9, 2016 03:35 PM PST

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Russulas Genus Russula

Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

August 29, 2015

Description

Photo on display at the Tlahuica Edible Mushroom Fair.

Tlahuica: Ncho Pambal

Spanish: Hongo de Madroño (n is special character) / Santiagero

Photos / Sounds

What

Russulas Genus Russula

Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

July 9, 2015

Description

This Russula species is always very tiny and always on well decayed wood. The max cap size is about 1.5 cm.

Found in a forest of mixed Quercus and Oreomunea about 2 km below El Zapotal.

Photos / Sounds

Square

Observer

robberfly

Date

December 9, 2016 01:06 PM PST

Photos / Sounds

What

Golden Milkcap Lactarius alnicola

Observer

newtpatrol

Date

November 22, 2016 04:00 PM PST

Description

alnicola? Tons of them at St. Joseph's Hill, mostly under oaks.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

dottybw

Date

December 9, 2016 03:15 PM PST

Photos / Sounds

Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

January 10, 2015

Description

Seen at the Santa Cruz Fungus fair.

Photos / Sounds

What

Candy Cap Lactarius rubidus

Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

December 26, 2014

Description

Under coast live oak.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

December 26, 2014

Description

Under coast live oak.

Photos / Sounds

What

Russulas Genus Russula

Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

December 6, 2014

Description

Found under birch. Caps glowing bright lime green in UV light.

Collected by Erin Blanchard.

Photos / Sounds

What

Milkcaps Genus Lactarius

Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

October 29, 2014

Description

Under pine. Very acrid.

Spores reticulate.

8.3 [8.4 ; 9] 11 × 5.9 [6.2 ; 6.5] 7.1 µm

Q = 1.2 [1.3 ; 1.4] 1.6 ; N = 17 ; C = 95%

Me = 8.7 × 6.3 µm ; Qe = 1.4

8.32 5.95

8.85 6.89

8.25 6.33

9.29 5.93

9.12 5.68

8.26 6.43

8.43 6.60

8.26 6.16

8.02 6.19

8.46 6.68

8.25 5.93

8.56 6.33

8.62 6.32

8.80 6.75

8.17 6.14

8.62 6.35

11.10 7.15

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Description from Wikipedia

The Russulaceae are a family of fungi in the order Russulales. According to a 2008 estimate, the family contains 1243 species. Its species typically have fruit bodies with friable, chalk-like stalks, that break with a distinct crack, somewhat like a carrot but with porous flesh (see below). Microscopically, the cells are not all long thin hyphae, which would provide strength and more fibrous appearance when broken. Instead, the flesh contains also many large spherical cells ("sphaerocysts"),...

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