Fruit-body a bright-orange mold growing on the surface of members of the Russulaceae (in California usually Russula brevipes); gills of the parasitized host . Hypomyces lactifluorum is an unmistakable, sought after mycological find I have yet to encounter this calendar year. I have found other closely. DNA distribution pattern and metabolite profile of wild edible lobster mushroom ( Hypomyces lactifluorum/Russula brevipes). Laperriere G(1)(2).
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