Lactarius volemus sensu lato (Russulales) from northern Thailand: morphological and phylogenetic species concepts explored

@article{VandePutte2010LactariusVS,
  title={Lactarius volemus sensu lato (Russulales) from northern Thailand: morphological and phylogenetic species concepts explored},
  author={Kobeke Van de Putte and Jorinde Nuytinck and Dirk Stubbe and Huyen Thanh Le and Annemieke Verbeken},
  journal={Fungal Diversity},
  year={2010},
  volume={45},
  pages={99-130}
}
Lactarius volemus (Fr.: Fr.) Fr. is a well known and morphologically easily recognizable milkcap of the Northern hemisphere, forming ectomycorrhiza with both deciduous and coniferous trees. It was originally described from Europe, but is also reported in other continents. Although it is characterized by several unique macro- and micromorphological features, substantial variation in colour, lamellae spacing and changing and staining of the latex has been recorded and it is therefore considered… 
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