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Nomenclature

Lactarius hatsudake Tanaka
Bot. Mag. (Tokyo) 4: 393. 1890.

Original diagnosis

Lactarius Hatsudake. - Pileus fleshy, 1-10 cm. broad, at first hemisphaerical, then expanded, umbilicate, viscid, zoned, smooth, dirty brown and slightly tinted with pink; margin smooth, at first incurved; stem stuffed, then hollow, pinkish, pruinose, subequal, short, 1-3 cm. long; gills decurrent, often branched, rather broad, broadest in the middle, purplish brown, then bluish; juice aromatic, dull pinkish brown; spores echinulate, nearly spherical or ovoid, subhyaline, 8-10 µ. in diameter.

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