Jeju Gotjawal

Russula sanguinea (Bull.) Fr(혈색무당버섯)

by on Sep.03, 2011, under mushrooms

 

Edibility : Edible.

 

Time and place of occurrence : generated in autumn, flocking on the sand in the pine woods and having a symbiotic relationship with plants.

 

Features : The diameter of its cap is 4~10cm, and cap is bell-shaped. They are sticky when wet and the edge is flat and it has stripes. The flesh are white and tastes hot but smells nothing. The color changes white into cream. The length of the sack is 3 ~ 7cm, and thickness is 0.9 ~ 3cm. The size of spores is 7~8×6~7μm and it’s nearly spherical and has many thorn on the surface.


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