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=> Chrysopilus laetus
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Posted on 07-06-2017 09:32
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Slovenija, końćevska, Predgrad, 340m

Can somebody identify it? Is it one of Chrysopilus sp.?

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Yes.
Ch. lutea or similar.

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Thank you Theo Smile
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Is it Ch. lutea or Ch. luteolus or Ch. laetus?
Edited by npisec on 21-06-2017 23:10
 
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... luteolus but why isn't it laetus?
Edited by Paul Beuk on 22-06-2017 09:21
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Yes, that was the 'or similar' part.
alooks like laetus, indeed.

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Thank you Paul and Theo Smile

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Some authors do not accept both species and placed luteolus as a synonym to laetus. Krivosheina (2008) published paper on this species group and according to her sentences and your picture and believe it is C. laetus.
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Thank you Libor Smile
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