Scientific name:Lactarius rubrocinctus Fr. 1863 Synonyms:Species Fungorum 19.06.2015: Lactarius iners Kühner 1954 Lactarius subsericeus Hora 1960 Lactifluus rubrocinctus (Fr.) Kuntze 1891 Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected Trees: Fagus (Beech)d0d0d0d0d0
Cap: 3-9 cm across, young flatconvex, soon flattened to funnel-shaped, young surface smooth, later radially bumpy, dry first orange to ocher brown, later reddish brown, lighter toward the margin, in the middle often dark black brownish stained, margin smooth and sharp.
Hymenophore: first cream, later reddish brown, if bruised pink reddish, broad, decurrent, many forked.
Spore print: light yellow
Spore: subglobose to elliptic, 7,4-10,1 x 6,6-8,3 μm, ornament, from lot of warts and ribs, which are only sparsely net-like connected.
Stem: 3-6 x 1-1,5 cm, cylindrical, base often tapered, first full, soon hollow, smooth to slightly wrinkled surface, young light orange brown, later wine brown, often darkk reddish spotted, top wit dark wine brown collar.
Flesh: cream, under the cup skin reddish brown, odor like rubber, taste mild to bitter, after chewing acrid. Milk: white, unchangeable, mild to bitter.
Habitat: solitary to gregarious in hardwood forests of beech, of heat-favored locations. Rare. Summer-fall.