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|:||Stand mushrooms (Basidiomycetes)|
|:||Hat mushrooms (Agaricomycetidae)|
The (Russula paludosa) is a good food mushroom from the large kind of the
Recent copies of these look with their lively red and yellow-red colouring like rotbackige apples. This mushroom belongs to the larger
- The hat 5-15 (<20) cm broad, is young spherically, later flat curved, shining blood-redly or carmine, with the time however often up to pale orange expenditure-bleaching. The edge of hat is easily notched.
- The lamellas are white, yellowish at the age with young mushrooms.
- The handle is 5-15 cm long, crudely, white with reddish approach, inside in the age porously.
- The meat is white.
- Smell and taste are mild and
In the moderate widths of the northern hemisphere it is often very common in coniferous forests with moorigen and sour soils. It forms a Mykorrhiza with coniferous trees, whereby it prefers Kiefern. It arises starting from May/June until Septembers/Octobers
The can be confounded easily with the tasting sharp, poisonous Thus it should be absolutely determined with an unclear regulation by a taste sample whether he is edible!
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