Tawny Milkcap Scientific name:Lactarius fulvissimus Romagn. 1954 Synonyms:Species Fungorum 18.06.2015: Lactarius britannicus f. britannicus D.A. Reid, 1969 Lactarius britannicus D.A. Reid, 1969 Lactarius britannicus f. pseudofulvissimus (Bon) Basso, 1999 Lactarius subsericatus f. subsericatus Kühner & Romagn. ex Bon, 1979 Lactarius subsericatus Kühner & Romagn. ex Bon, 1979 Lactarius subsericatus f. pseudofulvissimus Bon, 1979 Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected Trees: Carpinus (Hornbeam)d0d0d0d0
, Fagus (Beech)d1d1d1d1d1
Cap: 2,5-6 cm across, first obtuse conic, later flattened and in center dented, also little infundibuliform, first smooth, later against middle little uneven, first dark reddish brown, later orange brown, against margin paler, margin is smooth to weak wavy striate.
Hymenophore: lamellae are first whitish, later yellowish to orange yellowish, broadly notched to little decurrent, solitary forked.
Spore print: light yellow
Spore: broadly elliptic to subglobose, 7,1-9,6 x 5,6-8 μm ornamet, with many warts and ribs, which are only little net-like connected.
Stem: 3-8 x 0,5-1,2 cm, cylindric, full to stuffed, smooth, young creamy with orange tone, later more red brown, young on whole surface white pruinose.
Flesh: whitish to cremy, odor is unpleasant, taste is mild.
Milk: whitish, watery, yellow, mild.
Habitat: gregarious in hardwood and mixed forests, on base rich soils, near beech, rarely near other hardwood trees, grows from late summer to fall.
Remarks: similar with Lactarius serifluus, which ribs in oranment are morely net like connected.