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Scientific name:Lactarius pterosporus Romagn. 1949 Synonyms:Species Fungorum 19.06.2015: Lactarius pterosporus var. pityophilus A. Favre 2008 Lactarius pterosporus var. pterosporus Romagn. 1949 Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected Trees: Carpinus (Hornbeam)d0d0d0d0
, Fagus (Beech)d1d1d1d1d1
Cap: 3-8(10) cm across, first convex, soon tlattened, dented in the center, old funnel-shaped, wavy, dry, velvety leathery surface, center radially wrinkled, ocher grey to ocher brown, with olive tint, margin sharp and smooth.
Hymenophore: first are lamellae creamy, later orange ocher, broadly adnate, decurrent, many forked.
Spore print: ocher
Spore: subglobose, 6,5-7,7(8,6) x 6,4-7,2(8,2) μm, ornament, with few elongated spines and widely ribs, which are not or only few solitary connected.
Stem: 4-8 x 0,6-1,8 cm, cylindrical, smooth, full, light creamy to ocher.
Flesh: white, if cut after few minutes pink, firm, fragile, unpleasant odor, taste first mild, later acrid.
Milk: white, unchangeable if it is not in contact with flesh, first mild, later acrid.
Habitat: solitary or grouped in hardwood forests, under beech and hornbeam, on moist soils, grows from summer to fall.
Remarks: similar with Lactarius fuliginosus, which stem is brownish.