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700, slika 203
R. Courtecuisse & B. Duhem
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Scientific name:Russula acrifolia Romagn. 1997 Synonyms:Species Fungorum 20.06.2015: Russula acrifolia Romagn. 1962 Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected
Cap: 6-11 cm across, convex, soon flattened and in the center undulating, old weak funnel-shaped, surface smooth to finely radially fibrillose, young whitish, later brown and increasingly black when old, long edge incurved and smooth, rarely bent slightly wavy.
Hymenophore: lamellae are young white, later pale yellow to dirty yellow, broad grown, little forked, smooth cutting, tanning slowly.
Spore print: white, Ia
Spore: subglobose to elliptic, 6,9-8,7 x 6,1-7,4 μm, with ornaments, from the above numerous warts, which are connected by a net-like fins.
Stem: 2,5-5 x 1,5-2 cm, cylindrical, base slightly thickened, or slightly tapered, young full, soon-chambered hollow, surface frosting young white and fine, later glabrous, reddening and blackening if bruised.
Flesh: white, reddish or blackish if cut, when fresh- odor uncharacteristic later herring-like, taste spicy. Guaiac rapid and intense blue. FeS04 greenish.
Habitat: solitary to gregarious in hardwood and mixed forests on neutral to alkaline, well supplied with bases, moist soils, grows from summer to fall.