Scientific name:Lactifluus bertillonii (Neuhoff ex Z. Schaef.) Verbeken 2011 Synonyms:Species Fungorum 18.06.2015: Lactarius bertillonii (Neuhoff ex Z. Schaef.) Bon 1980 Lactarius bertillonii var. bertillonii (Neuhoff ex Z. Schaef.) Bon 1980 Lactarius bertillonii var. boudieri J. Blum 1966 Lactarius bertillonii var. queletii J. Blum 1976 Lactarius vellereus var. bertillonii Neuhoff ex Z. Schaef. 1979 Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected Trees: Abies (Fir)
, Betula (Birch)d1d1d1
, Fagus (Beech)d2d2d2d2d2
, Picea (Spruce)d3d3d3
, Pinus (Pine)
, Quercus (Oak)d5d5
Cap: 7-12 cm across, first plane convex, soon expanded and dented in the center, later funnel-shaped and often wavy, smooth surface, matt, young fine felty, later velvety, white to pale cream, later pale brown stained, margin inrolled, smooth.
Hymenophore: first white, later cream, on pressure brownish stained, broad and slightly decreased, many forked.
Spore print: white
Spore: elliptical, 7,1-9,1 x 5,2-6,9 μm, ornament, above from elongated warts and fine ribs, which are sparsely net like connected.
Stem: 2,5-4 x 2-3 cm, cylindrical, on the base little thicker, full, velvety smooth white frosted surface.
Flesh: white, if cut yellowish, odor unplesant, taste acrid. Milk: white, yellowish and acrid, with KOH reacts orange yellow.
Habitat: solitary to gregarious in hardwood forests, by beech, rarely by oak and birch, on base rich soils. Rare. Summer-fall.