Only a few mushrooms have green hats, so the identification of russula aeruginea (green raws) is not problematic. The basidiocarp has a grass-green hat, sometimes with a yellowish tint, it will never burgundy.
Where the green rays grow
The mushroom is found throughout continental Europe, and mycologists from other parts of the world, including North America, report it.
This neat mushroom with fragile gills was described by Elias Magnus Fris in 1863, who gave him a real scientific name.
Etymology of the name of the cheese green
Russian, generic name, in Latin means red or reddish. And in fact, many mushrooms from the genus of the rahs have red hats (but many do not have, and some of the species that are with the red upper surface can also meet with other shades of hats). In the word Aeruginea, the Latin prefix Aerug means “blue-green”, “green” or “dark green”.
Appearance of green raw
The colors of pale green grass and gradually turn pale to the edge, exfoliates halfway to the center. Convex, flattened only in the center, sometimes with a slight deepening. Mucus when wet. The edge is sometimes slightly corrugated. From 4 to 9 cm across, the surface is not cracked.
White, yellow with age, attached to the leg, frequent.
White, more or less cylindrical, sometimes narrows at the base. Length from 4 to 8 cm, diameter from 0.7 to 2 cm. The smell and taste is not distinctive.
Habitat and environmental role of green raw
Green rawrussian grows in communities, occurs in small scattered groups on the edges of pine forests almost always under birch. Like other representatives of the rawh, green ectomicorous mushroom. Collected from July to the end of October.
Green rawre edible mushroom, absolutely harmless and even used in raw form, but only if the mushroom pickens correctly determined the look and did not collect poisonous doubles in the basket.
Dangerous doubles of green raw
A young pale externally looks very similar to this type of mushroom. By inexperience, mushroom pickers gain a poisonous crop and get light, medium and severe poisoning.
When collecting green rahs, be sure to pull the mushroom out of the ground, and do not cut it with a knife. In plate mushrooms, the main difference lies in the leg. Velum forms a large thickening at the bottom of the stem at the pale palette. The back of the leg is straight without tubers.
The pale extinguishing leg has a slightly scaly, in the rawhouse it is even, white, stroke and without traces.
The pitch under the hat has a white “skirt”, it breaks with age and remains either on the leg or along the edges of the hat. The green rawrawhole does not have veels or “skirts” on a hat/leg, the hymenopher is clean and white.
When removing the skin from the hat, the film remains in the center at the rawre, the skin is removed to the very center.
If you found and determined the pitch, and nearby is a true green raw, still, do not harvest. Disputes of the puzzle and poisons of mycelium amaze vegetation next to the poisonous mushroom.