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Fungi: Basidiomycota: Agaricomycetes: Russulales: Russulaceae: Lactarius scrobiculatus (Scop.) Fr.

Lactarius scrobiculatus – spotted milkcap

Synonyms: Agaricus intermedius, Agaricus scrobiculatus, Galorrheus scrobiculatus, Lactifluus scrobiculatus.

Common name: spotted milkcap.

Extract from Wikipedia article: Lactarius scrobiculatus is a basidiomycete fungus, belonging to the genus Lactarius, whose members are called "milk caps." Taxonomy places this species into subgenus Piperites, section Zonarii, subsection Scrobiculati. The distinctive fruiting bodies of this large fungus are locally common in forests throughout Europe and North America. It is regarded as inedible by some authors, but it is nevertheless eaten in parts of Europe.

Catalan: Pinetell bord, Estonian: Võiseen, Finnish: Isovoirousku, Georgian: ყვითელი პაჭიჭასოკო, German: Grubiger Milchling, Lithuanian: Geltonasis piengrybis, Polish: Mleczaj dołkowany, Russian: Груздь жёлтый, Swedish: Svavelriska.

Photos of this mushroom from East and Central Texas

Milkcap mushrooms <B>Lactarius scrobiculatus</B> in Watson Rare Native Plant Preserve. Warren, Texas, <A HREF="../date-en/2018-11-10.htm">November 10, 2018</A>
LinkMilkcap mushrooms Lactarius scrobiculatus in Watson Rare Native Plant Preserve. Warren, Texas, November 10, 2018
Location on maps527 Co Rd 4777, Warren, TX 77664, USA


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