Fungi on a chopped tree | ID req 30May10

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raghu ananth

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May 30, 2010, 1:47:41 AM5/30/10
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Fungi on the base part of a chopped tree |   ID req 30May10

The gills of this mushroom are visible and should help for identification.
(First time sighting of this fungi.)

11 May 10
Lakkanakoppal
Mysore district




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tanay bose

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May 30, 2010, 1:59:21 AM5/30/10
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Can be some species of Lactarius!!
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raghu ananth

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May 30, 2010, 2:11:41 AM5/30/10
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I just tried for a match among the following Lactarius  kinds. They differ, none of them come close.

Order Russulales

Lactarius vietus Grey milkcap
Lactarius deterrimus
Lactarius mitissimus
Lactarius quietus Oak milk cap
Lactarius rufus Rufous milkcap
Lactarius deliciosus Saffron milk-cap
Lactarius turpis Ugly milkcap
Lactarius cimicarius Watery milkcap
Lactarius torminosus Woolly milkcap



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J.M. Garg

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Jun 13, 2010, 2:37:40 AM6/13/10
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Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise pl.

Earlier relevant feedback:

Can be some species of Lactarius!!
Tanay”
 

“I just tried for a match among the following Lactarius  kinds. They differ, none of them come close.


Order Russulales


Lactarius vietus Grey milkcap
Lactarius deterrimus 
Lactarius mitissimus 
Lactarius quietus Oak milk cap
Lactarius rufus Rufous milkcap
Lactarius deliciosus Saffron milk-cap
Lactarius turpis Ugly milkcap
Lactarius cimicarius Watery milkcap
Lactarius torminosus Woolly milkcap

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Raghu”



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Jun 13, 2010, 8:50:11 AM6/13/10
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