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- deterrimus qualifies as synonym for L. deterrimus, the families that had been characterized in North America as Lactarius deliciosus var. deterrimus are...
- Winter Fungus) Hygrophorus chrysodon Kalaharituber pfeilii Lactarius deterrimus (Orange Milkcap) Lactarius salmonicolor Lactarius subdulcis (mild milkcap)...
- harvested in October following the late August rains. Both this and Lactarius deterrimus are known as Çam melkisi or Çintar in Turkey. In Romania, it is known...
- pyrogalus), oak (e.g. L. quietus), pines (e.g. L. deliciosus), or fir (e.g. L. deterrimus). For most tropical species, host plant range is poorly known, but species...
- Lactarius deliciosus - "saffron milk-cap" or "red pine mushroom" Lactarius deterrimus - "false saffron milk-cap" Lactarius indigo - "indigo milk-cap" Lactarius...
- condensation, condense, dense, density, nondense deter • dēterior • dēterrimus deter- • deterior- • deterrim- • worseworst • deterior, deteriorate...
- bicolor Laccaria fraterna Laccaria laccata Lactarius deliciosus Lactarius deterrimus Lactarius lignyotus Lactarius picinus Lactarius sanguifluus Lactarius...
- p-hydroxybenzoic acid. It can be found in mycorrhizal (Picea abies-Lactarius deterrimus and Picea abies-Laccaria amethystina) and non-mycorrhizal roots of Norway...
- Mühlmann O, Göbl F (June 2006). "Mycorrhiza of the host-specific Lactarius deterrimus on the roots of Picea abies and Arctostaphylos uva-ursi". Mycorrhiza....
- inoculated with mycelium from S. bovinus, Laccaria laccata and Lactarius deterrimus and spores of Pisolithus tinctorius and Scleroderma citrinum. These fungi...
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