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1. The milky caps, mushrooms in the genera Lactarius and Lactifluus, make up a large group of mycorrhizal mushrooms that exude a "latex," or milk, when injured

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2. Lactarius Volemus is found in warm temperate regions and as well as some subtropical and tropical regions

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3. The delicious Lactarius is also referred to as the saffron milkcap and is one of the best known members of the large milkcap genus Lactarius in the order Russulales

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4. Lactarius are a type of mushroom found while foraging mushroom clusters on The Islands That Once Were Turtles within the Arc region of the Wushanko Isles

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5. Over the last decade or so Belgian mycologist Jorinde Nuytinck and collaborators have published a series of papers (2005, 2006, 2007a, 2007b, 2007c) investigating the area of the genus Lactarius to which Lactarius deliciosus belongs: section Deliciosi.

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6. Lactarius akahatsu QP Lactarius akahatsu is a member of Lactarius sect

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7. In particular, the distribution of Lactarius species in South Korea is …

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8. Lactarius (Christian Hendrik Persoon, 1797) din încrengătura Basidiomycota, în ordinul Russulales și familia Russulaceae cu global aproximativ 450 de specii (Europa: peste 130), denumit în popor râșcov sau lăptucă, este un gen de ciuperci.

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9. Lactarius are a type of mushroom found while foraging mushroom clusters on The Islands That Once Were Turtles within the Arc region of the Wushanko Isles

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10. I still call them Lactarius (old habits die hard)

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11. Lactarius pallidiolivaceus - olive-grey with a very tough stem and scanty milk that stains tissues dark

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12. For instance, sesquiterpenoids such as velleral (13) and isovelleral (14) are present in a variety of Russula species and milk caps such as Lactarius vellereus and are responsible for their pungent taste

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13. Definition of Lactarius : a large genus of white-spored agarics (family Agaricaceae) that exude a white or colored milky juice when cut or broken and that include an edible species (L

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14. Some Lactarius are delicious edible mushrooms, but many are poisonous

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15. Lactarius piperatus, as you might guess by its name, is very peppery in its flavor, almost to the point of being bitter

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16. Lactarius synonyms, Lactarius pronunciation, Lactarius translation, English dictionary definition of Lactarius

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17. Lactarius - large genus of agarics that have white spore and contain a white or milky juice when cut or broken; includes both edible and poisonous

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18. Also known as the blue Lactarius, indigo Lactarius, or the indigo milk cap, the Lactarius indigo is part of the fungus kingdom’s Russulaceae family

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19. Lactarius subg.Russularia is a large group of milkcaps occurring almost worldwide and dominant in many ecosystems

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20. Six conifer symbionts are described as new to science: Lactarius atrii, L

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21. Template:Taxobox Lactarius fuliginosus, commonly known as the sooty milkcap, is a species of fungus in the family Russulaceae

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22. > A few pages of diagrams or illustrations of the anatomy and features of Lactarius mushrooms would be highly desirable

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23. > The glossary is very poor, using standard dictionary definitions, rather than pertinent, contextual, (i.e., as applied to Lactarius mushrooms) definitions

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24. Lactarius indigo is a distinctive species of Lactarius sect

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25. Lactarius m A taxonomic genus within the family Russulaceae – the milk-cap mushrooms.

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26. Lactarius volemus, also know as Luscious Lactarius, is a very fleshy, matte orange agaric that has a thin, cracking skin on its cap and a thick, velvety pale orange stem

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27. Lactarius carbonicola is a rare, similar east coast species, perhaps in the Russularia, perhaps not

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28. Lactarius salmonicolor Heim & Leclair, 1953

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29. This species, like all the Lactarius with red milk, in some zones is quite sought after for culinary purposes and this has created several local or dialectal names

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30. Lactarius torminosus, commonly known as the woolly milkcap or the bearded milkcap, is a large agaric fungus

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31. Lactarius clarkeae i s a spectacular find on the floor of Australian eucalypt woodland

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32. Lactarius trivialis, also known as the Slimy Lead Lactarius, is an agaric that has a large fleshy cap that is often spotted or fainty concentrically zoned and pale gills and stem

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33. ウズハツ(Lactarius violascens (Otto:Fr.)Fr.) ハツタケ節(Sect

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34. Lactarius Lactarius : Source: NODC Taxonomic Code, database (version 8.0) Acquired: 1996 : Notes: Reference for: Lactarius Lactarius : Publication(s): Author(s)/Editor(s): Shiino, Sueo M

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35. This mushroom (Lactarius deliciosus) is highly recommended by different authors.It belongs to the Lactars or milk-bearing group

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36. Lactarius fragilis is found in Northeastern America

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37. Grows up to 4cm in diameter, and up to 6cm tall like Lactarius camphoratus

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38. Lactarius rubidus is an attractive mushroom colored burnt orange and frequently seen growing on rotting conifer wood.

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39. Lactarius collected from Sikkim, a Himalayan state in India

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40. Lactarius brunneoaurantiacus sp

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41. Lactarius is one of the most prominent genera of mushroom-forming fungi in the world

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42. In the present study, complete mitochondrial genomes (mitogenomes) from six Lactarius species were sequenced and assembled

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43. Nuytinck 2007-001 Lactarius aff

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44. Lignyotus WTU 00-223-16 Lactarius lilacinus Lactarius liliputianus

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45. Lactarius indigo, commonly known as the indigo milk cap, the indigo (or blue) Lactarius, or the blue milk mushroom, is a species of agaric fungus in the family Russulaceae

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46. Mülller Dias é o nome por trás do projeto Lactarius, Nascido em Santos teve seu primeiro contato com as festas trance em 2016, mas, foi no ano de 2018 que decidiu dar inicio ao

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47. Mülller Dias é o nome por trás do projeto Lactarius, Nascido em Santos teve seu primeiro contato com as festas trance em 2016, mas, foi no ano de 2018 que decidiu dar inicio ao

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48. Lactarius deliciosus’ inconspicuous cap

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49. For me, however, Lactarius deliciosus satisfies much of what I seek in a mushroom

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50. Lactarius circellatus (Elias Magnus Fries, 1838) este o specie de ciuperci necomestibile din încrengătura Basidiomycota în familia Russulaceae și de genul Lactarius

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51. Lactarius deliciosus, commonly known as the saffron milk cap and red pine mushroom, is one of the best known members of the large milk-cap genus Lactarius in the order Russulales

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52. A fresco in the Roman town of Herculaneum appears to depict Lactarius

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53. Lactarius indigo does not cause disease and is non-poisonous [13]

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54. Lactarius indigo is known for its edibility and is ranked in Mexico as one of the top three mushrooms using the Edible Mushrooms Cultural Significant Index [13]

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Dictionary

LACTARIUS [ˌlakˈterēəs]

NOUN
lactarius (noun) · lactariuses (plural noun)

  • a large woodland mushroom with a concave cap, the flesh exuding a white or colored milky fluid when cut.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the characteristics of Lactarius?

Some species have angiocarpous, i.e., closed fruitbodies. Microscopically, Lactarius species have elliptical, rarely globoid spores with amyloid ornamentation in the form of more or less prominent warts or spines, connected by ridges, like other members of the Russulaceae family.

How many species of Lactarius are there in the world?

It is a large genus with over 500 known species, mainly distributed in the Northern hemisphere. Recently, the genus Lactifluus has been separated from Lactarius based on molecular phylogenetic evidence. The genus Lactarius was described by Christian Hendrik Persoon in 1797 with L. piperatus as the original type species.

How did the Lactarius deliciosus get its name?

Legend has it that when naming the mushroom, Carl Linnaeus had in fact mistaken it with Lactarius sanguifluus, giving it the epithet "delicious". High consumption of Lactarius deliciosus could cause the urine to discolor to orange/red.

What is systematics within Lactarius?

Systematics within Lactarius is a subject of ongoing research. Three subgenera are currently accepted and supported by molecular phylogenetics: Piperites: Northern temperate region, three species in tropical Africa. Russularia: Northern temperate region and tropical Asia.