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Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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Was cap very viscid? Did milk discolour after a while? Did you taste milk? Could be L.blennius Beechwood milkcap - these 2 are very similar
The more I know the more I realise I don't know
I didn't taste the milk. I am cautious about putting fungal things in my mouth! I'll bear your questions in mind next time I come across a Lactarius.
The whitish edge to the cap looks like L. fluens, and the gills were darker than the specimen I have put up as L. blennius.
Just seen your previous post L. blennius - with the 2 alongside I still don't know how easier it is to differentiate!
Tasting milk - yes I am very cautious but if you just try a very small amount you won't come to any harm except your tongue may feel like it's on fire with some species!
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