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Russula integra

(Rougillon Bâtard)

Common Names

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Common Names in French:

Rougillon Bâtard

Common Names in Japanese:

Yoheiji Take

Description

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Habitat

Typically found at an altitude of 0 to 1,373 meters (0 to 4,505 feet).[1]

Taxonomy

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Synonyms

Agaricus integer L. 1753 • Mo├źnne-Locc. & Reumaux 1996 • Russula alutacea f. purpurella Singer 1932 • Russula alutacea integra (Fr.) Singer 1932 • Russula alutacea integra (L.) Singer 1932 • Russula fusca f. purpurella (Singer) Bidaud • Russula integra f. purpurella (Singer) Romagn. Ex Bon 1986 • Russula Polychroma

Notes

Name Status: Accepted Name . Latest taxonomic scrutiny: Kirk P.M. , 14-Sep-2005.

Similar Species

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Members of the genus Russula

ZipcodeZoo has pages for 48 species and subspecies in this genus:

R. adusta (Winecork Brittlegill) · R. aeruginea (Grass-Green Russula) · R. atropurpurea (Dark-Purple Russula) · R. aurea (Gilded Brittlegill) · R. aurora (Dawn Brittlegill) · R. badia (Burning Brittlegill) · R. betularum (Birch Brittlegill) · R. caerulea (Humpback Brittlegill) · R. chloroides (Blue Band Brittlegill) · R. claroflava (Yellow Swamp Brittlegill) · R. cyanoxantha (Blue and Yellow Russula) · R. decolorans (Copper Brittlegill) · R. delica (Milk White Brittlegill) · R. densifolia (Crowded Brittlegill) · R. emetica (Sickener) · R. exalbicans (Bleached Brittlegill) · R. fellea (Geranium Brittlegill) · R. foetens (Stinking Brittlegill) · R. fragilis var. fragilis (Fragile Russula) · R. fragilis var. fragilis (Fragile Brittlegill) · R. gracillima (Slender Brittlegill) · R. grata (Bitter Almond Brittlegill) · R. heterophylla (Greasy Green Brittlegill) · R. ionochlora (Oilslick Brittlegill) · R. melzeri (Scurfy Brittlegill) · R. mustelina (Russet Brittlegill) · R. nana (Alpine Brittlegill) · R. nigricans (Blackening Brittlegill) · R. nitida (Purple Swamp Brittlegill) · R. nobilis (Beechwood Sickener) · R. ochroleuca (Ochre Brittlegill) · R. olivacea (Olive Brittlegill) · R. parazurea (Powdery Brittlegill) · R. pseudointegra (Scarlet Brittlegill) · R. puellaris (Yellowing Brittlegill) · R. queletii (Fruity Brittlegill) · R. risigallina (Golden Brittlegill) · R. rosea (Rosy Brittlegill) · R. sanguinaria (Bloody Brittlegill) · R. sardonia (Primrose Brittlegill) · R. sororia (Sepia Brittlegill) · R. velenovskyi (Coral Brittlegill) · R. versicolor (Variable Brittlegill) · R. vesca (The Flirt) · R. vinosa (Darkening Brittlegill) · R. violeipes (Velvet Brittlegill) · R. virescens (Greencracked Brittlegill) · R. xerampelina (Crab Brittlegill)

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Footnotes

  1. Mean = 251.270 meters (824.377 feet), Standard Deviation = 284.870 based on 638 observations. Altitude information for each observation from British Oceanographic Data Centre. [back]
Last Revised: 2014-05-11