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Lactarius xanthogalactus?


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#1 wildedibles

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Posted 30 August 2014 - 06:03 AM

This Lactarius almost had me stumped ...until I typed in yellow milk Lactarius and then looked in the Mushroom expert Lactarius Key

http://www.mushroome.../lactarius.html

This page has lots of info

http://www.mykoweb.c...hogalactus.html

 

I found mine under Red Pine trees very numorous and I thought the milk was yellow in the begginging but it is soposed to change from white to yellow really quickly..... have to check this out closer ;)

 

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I think the stem discolors redish....

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and now I see a bit of the milk there is a white changing yellow.....

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See the stem here is white with red dots and the ones above were more red...

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#2 Alan Rockefeller

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Posted 08 September 2014 - 07:03 PM

Depending on what part of the world you found them in, also consider Lactarius vinaceorufescens.


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#3 wildedibles

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Posted 09 September 2014 - 07:05 AM

Thanks for that I think that you are right I live in the east Ontario side of Algonquin park

this from mushroom expert

 

On the West Coast, Lactarius xanthogalactus is a similar species; it appears in older western field guides (e.g. Arora 1986) as Lactarius vinaceorufescens. However, Methven (1997) argues that the California species is distinct because it lacks the red staining of Lactarius vinaceorufescens, and because it associates with coast live oak and tanoak rather than pines.

http://www.mushroome...orufescens.html

Since I live in the East and that my colection here does stain red that Lactarius vinaceorufescens. is the better fit :) Thanks very much Alan Rockefeller



#4 OzarkImagery

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Posted 30 August 2020 - 11:41 PM

So very very neat looking, this was the white to yellow Lactarius you showed on YT right? Love it buddy, that phone takes amazing pics btw. My first post haha


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#5 wildedibles

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Posted 03 September 2020 - 06:51 PM

:) thanks yes exactly same one

boy how my memory is bad
That's a great name to remember lmao

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Here's the videos I did this year forgetting totally about finding it before and posting about it
I'm so glad it's your first post

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#6 ElPirana

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Posted 03 September 2020 - 07:50 PM

Very cool mushroom!
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#7 wildedibles

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Posted 03 September 2020 - 08:04 PM

Ya that yellow milk is neat
Glad you enjoyed it
Lol I just pushed the wrong button and lost my mushroom hunting adventure thread lol
About 10+ pictures already uploaded in the post man maybe try again tomorrow lol I was almost done lol




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