In search of mushrooms - Lactarius camphoratus

in Fungi Lovers2 months ago

Hello fungi lovers, again another week contributing my latest find, in one of my recent outings in search of mushrooms.

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This fungifriday I bring a mushroom from the russulaceae family known by the name Lactarius camphoratus.

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In the north of Spain it is usually born and grows during the autumn in coniferous forests on the moss, it usually develops very close to the trees creating a connection called mycorrhiza, which refers to that it connects to the roots of the tree creating a symbiosis.

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This mushroom is usually used culinary for its aroma rather than for its meat which is scarce and of poor quality, on the other hand it is also used as a moth repellent, it turns out to be effective when placed in cabinets.

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It is a small mushroom but striking for its color, its hat is convex and does not usually measure more than five centimeters.

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