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740, 741, foto 216
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Scientific name:Russula alnetorum Romagn. 1956 Synonyms:Species Fungorum 07.11.2015: Russula pumila Rouzeau & F. Massart 1970 Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected Trees: Alnus (Alder)
Cap: 2-5 cm across, first flatconvex, soon flattened and infundibuliform, often wavy bent, smooth, dull, violet to purple, with white to pale yellow points, also with grey tint, margin first smooth and sharp, later slightly striate, cup skin peelable only little.
Hymenophore: lamellae are white, later with cream tint, broad adnate, none forked.
Spore print: cream, Ib
Spore: elliptic, 7,7-10,5 x 6,1-7,9 μm, ornament, from numerous warts, which are almost entirely connected to each other by veins.
Stem: 2,5-5 x 0,5-1,5 cm, cylindrical, base slightly expanded, full, first white finely longitudinally veined, later grey longitudinally fibered.
Flesh: white, no odor, taste acrid. Guaiac positive Iento and mediocre. FeS04 orange, normal intensity. Formalin negative.
Habitat: gregarious in alder forests, on marshes margins, on wet to moist sites, grows from summer to fall.