Scientific name:Lactifluus glaucescens (Crossl.) Verbeken 2012 Synonyms:Species Fungorum 18.06.2015: Lactarius glaucescens Crossl. 1900 Lactarius piperatus var. glaucescens (Crossl.) Hesler & A.H. Sm. 1979 Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected Trees: Fagus (Beech)d0d0d0d0d0
Cap: 3,5-15 cm across, young planoconvex, soon spread, dented in the center, old funnel-shaped, when young smooth surface, satiny smooth, pale cream, with yeloow ocher stains, when old wrinkled in the center, and pale red ocher, margin incurved, later smooth and sharp.
Hymenophore: young light cream, later light yellow ocher, broad, decurrent, mostly forked.
Spore print: white
Spore: elliptical, 6,3-8,5 x 5-6,1 μm, ornament, with warts and ribs, which are some of them net like connected.
Stem: 3-9 x 1-3,5 cm, cylindrical, to the base slightly tapering, full, smooth to longitudinally veined, young white, under pressure or when old ocher stained.
Flesh: white to light cream, after few hours if cut green, odor pleasant, taste acrid. Milk: white, slowly olive green, with KOH 10% changes orange, acrid, bitter.
Habitat: solitary to gregarious in beech and mixed forests, on fresh, chalky soils. Common, but not often. Summer.
Remarks: similar with Lactarius piperatus, that occurs in the same habitat, only its milk doesnt change in green, and doesnt reacts with KOH.