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Lactarius glaucescens Crossl., Naturalist Hull: 5 (1900)

Lactarius pergamenus sensu auct.

Habitat: On soil in deciduous woodland. Associated with Betula and Quercus spp.

Notes: Rarely reported. Known from Cheviotshire, Herefordshire, Westmorland and Yorkshire, and from Angus, East Perthshire, Easterness and West Sutherland. Reported elsewhere but unsubstantiated with voucher material. May be confused with Lactarius piperatus.

Distribution: E: !, S: !

Vouchers: England: K(M) 91321; Scotland: E00159862

Descriptions, Lists & Icons:
I:, in Courtecuisse. R. & Duhem. B., Mushrooms and Toadstools of Britain & Europe: 480 pp. (1995), p. 399
D+I:, in Heilmann-Clausen, J., Verbeken, A. & Vesterholt, J., Fungi of Northern Europe: The genus Lactarius 2: 287 pp. (1998), p. 250-251
D+I:, in Basso, M.T., Fungi Europaei 7: Lactarius Pers. 7: 845 pp. (1999), p. 723-728
I:, in Krieglsteiner, G.J., Die Grosspilze Baden-Würtenbergs - Band 2 2: 620 pp. (2000), p. 360
I:, Rivista di Mycologia 46(3), p. 200

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