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Rose Marie Dähncke
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False Saffron Milkcap Scientific name:Lactarius deterrimus Gröger 1968 Synonyms:Species Fungorum 18.06.2015: Lactarius deliciosus var. deterrimus (Gröger) Hesler & A.H. Sm. 1979 Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected Trees: Picea (Spruce)d0d0d0
Cap: 5-10 cm across; at first convex, becoming broadly convex, flat, or shallowly vase-shaped, slimy to sticky when wet, but often dry, the margin sometimes inrolled when young, smooth or slightly rough, carrot orange or orange, with or without concentric zones of color, stained and discolored greenish at maturity.
Hymenophore: lamellae are orange, bruising slowly green, broadly adnate on stem.
Spore print: ocher
Spore: elliptical with ornament, (7,5)7,8-9,4(10,2) x (6,1)6,4-7,2(7,4) μm, ornament, with some warts and ribs, which are only partially net-like connected.
Stem: 3-6 x 1-1,5 cm, thick, orange, more or less equal, smooth, often becoming hollow, bruising and staining like the cap.
Flesh: pale orange
Milk: staining slowly deep purplish red when sliced, especially in the stem base and over the gills.
Habitat: growing alone, scattered, or gregariously in cold conifer bogs and low, wet woods, at spruce, grows from summer to fall.