Russula melitodes en Russula puellula in Vlaanderen
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|Status||Gepubliceerd - 2004|
Publication Authorstring : Walleyn, R.; LeJeune, G.
Publication RefStringPartII : <i>Sterbeeckia 24</i>: 3-8
Russula melitodes Romagn. and R. puellula Ebbesen, F.H.Møller & Jul.Schäff. are described from collections from Flanders, northern Belgium, and their ecology and distribution is discussed.
Russula melitodes is quite rare, but only rather recently recognised. Before is was most often confused with Russula integra. In Belgium this species seems only associated with Populus (P. ×canadensis, P. tremula), in parks, along roadsides or in deciduous forests, on somewhat humid soils (sandy loam, loam, clay). Russula puellula is also rare in Flanders, and most often found under Fagus on loam and sandy loam.
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