ATLAS GLJIVA i internacionalni rečnik narodnih imena gljiva
Mushrooms of Britain & Europe, 1999
715, slika 205
R. Courtecuisse & B. Duhem
Mushrooms & Toadstools of Britain & Europe, 1994
Le Russule, 1996
Der grosse Kosmos - Naturführer PILZE 1998
Enciklopedija GLJIVA 2, 2008
Rose Marie Dähncke
1200 Pilze, 2001
2000 Pilze, 1996
Green Brittlegill Scientific name:Russula aeruginea Lindbl. ex Fr. 1863 Synonyms:Species Fungorum 15.08.2016: Russula aeruginea f. aeruginea Lindbl. ex Fr. 1863 Russula aeruginea f. rickenii Singer 1936 Russula aeruginea var. aeruginea Lindbl. ex Fr. 1863 Russula aeruginea var. rufa P. Karst. 1889 Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected Trees: Betula (Birch)d0d0d0
, Picea (Spruce)d1d1d1
, Pinus (Pine)
Cap: 5-9 cm across, young convex, soon flattened, dented in the center, later margin bent, smooth to radial-veined, in dry dull and satiny-shiny, in wet slimy to greasy, grey green, center darker, marginal zone lighter to white, often with rust-colored dots covered, cup skin peelable to half.
Hymenophore: first are lamellae white, later pale yellow, broad adnate to some decurrent, few forked.
Spore print: cream, IIc
Spore: elliptic, 6,6-8,8 x 5,4-6,6 μm, ornament, from numerous sometimes elongated warts, which are incompletely connected with ribs.
Stem: 4-6 x 1-2 cm, cylindrical to slightly curved, first full, soon, hollow, longitudinally veined, white, later on base covered with brownish stains.
Flesh: white, no odor, taste mild, after some time acrid. KOH on cap surface orange. Iron salts on flesh and stem surface slowly pink
Habitat: gregarious in conifer and hardwood forests, on base-rich, fresh soils, grows fom summer to fall.