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Lactarius deliciosus,Lactarius salmonic


Lactarius deliciosus,Lactarius salmonic
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Copyright: fikret KARACAN (tabiatdostu) Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 37 W: 0 N: 32] (1644)
Genre: Fungi
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2010-11-11
Categories: Fungi
Camera: Nikon D 70, sigma 28 80 aspherical macro, (digital)
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2010-11-07 9:53
Viewed: 3238
Points: 5
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
türkiyede karadeniz kıyılarında genelde bolu ve çevresinde yaygın olan bir mantar türüdür.,
Lactarius salmonicolor
Lactarius deliciosus,
kanlıca diye adlandırılan bir tür fakat ona daha çok benziyen neredeyse tıpatıp aynı olan diğer tür zehirlidir.fotoğrafta sol en baştaki kanlıca ortada görünen yalancı kanlıca.sağ fotoğrafta görünen üst yüzleri,üstte kanlıca alttaki yalancı kanlıcadır.

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To Hormon_Manyer: hitabiatdostu 2 11-09 05:58
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Merhaba Fikret bey,
Aynı cinsten biri melek diğeri şeytan iki türü ayrıntılarıyla görüntülemişsiniz. Eminim mantar üstadımız Laszlo, bu güzellikleri es geçmeyecek ve tür teşhisinize katkı yapacaktır.
Selamlar,
Ömer.

Bu yıl hiç göremediysem de geçen yıl Bolu taraflarında sıkça gördüğüm bir mantar türünü diğeriyle karşılaştırmalı olarak güzel bir kare ile sunmuşsunuz, Fikret Bey. gerçekten de çok benziyorlar. umarım vatandaşlarımız karıştırıp, daha fazla üzücü haberlere sebep olmazlar. elinize sağlık, iyi geceler, selamlar.

Merhaba Fikret bey,

Let's start. The photographed specimens, as you guessed, belong to Lactarius genus, Piperites subgenus, Deliciosi section. But they are surely not Lactarius salmonicolor R. Heim & Leclair, because that species has pale orange cap color, without any green tones, different from what we see on your photo. This species lives in mycorrhiza partnership mostly with fir (Abies spp.), rarely with Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii). Unfortunately, two critically important informations are missing from your note (I translated it with Google Translator) and not visible on your shot:
- original milk color and color change on the air
- the mycorrhizal partner (tree species)

Possibilities:

1. Living in mycorrhiza connection with spruce (Picea abies):
- Lactarius deterrimus Gröger. Milk color carrot-red, after 15 or so minutes wine-red, a few hours later green on the air.

2. Living in mycorrhiza connection with 2-needle pines (Pinus nigra, P. silvestris and some others from the genera):
- Lactarius deliciosus (L.) Gray. Milk color carrot-red, a few hours later green on the air (without the wine-red phasis).
- Lactarius sanguifluus (Paulet) Fr. Milk color wine-red, no color change on the air. Color of the cap, gills and stem is only orange when young, later turns to pale purple.
- Lactarius semisanguifluus R. Heim & Leclair. Milk color orange, turns to wine-red after a few minutes and green within a few hours.

I'm not at all sure if all the photographed specimens belong to the same species. The one in the middle seems Lactarius sanguifluus while the others are either L. deliciosus or L. semisanguifluus, but without knowing the milk color it's almost impossible to go further. If I have to say something my tip is L. deliciosus.

Thanks for sharing. Be careful with cropping, because the halfly cropped specimen on left ruins the image a bit. Best regards, László

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