Watery Milkcap Scientific name:Lactarius serifluus (DC.) Fr. 1838 Synonyms:Species Fungorum 19.06.2015: Agaricus serifluus DC. 1815 Galorrheus serifluus (DC.) P. Kumm. 1871 Lactarius camphoratus var. serifluus (DC.) Barbier 1901 Lactifluus serifluus (DC.) Kuntze 1891 Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected Trees: Quercus (Oak)d0d0
Cap: 2,5-4 cm across, young convex, later flattened, dented in center to infundibuliform, with a little bump in the middle, smooth surface, dull, satiny, tobacco red to ocher brown, center darker, margin slightly serrated to smooth.
Hymenophore: first creamy, later yellow orange, decurrent, only few forked.
Spore print: light yellow
Spore: globose to subglobose, 6,4-8,4 x 5,9-7,3 μm, ornament, from some warts and ribs, which are almost completely net-like connected.
Stem: 2-4 x 0,3-1 cm, cylindrical, hollow, smooth surface, first fine veined, later glabrous, orange to red brown.
Flesh: creamy with reddish tint, odor first spicy, later when dry like Maggi spice, taste mild. Milk: watery white, unchangeable, mild.
Habitat: solitary to gregarious in hardwood forests, by oak, rarely by beech, on neutral, fresh soils. Rare. Summer-fall.