Russula torulosa (Basidiomycota: Russulales), a new record to Poland
Stasiska, Małgorzata; Sotek, Zofia; Ruszkiewicz-Michalska, Małgorzata; Białecka, Boenna
Russula torulosa, in many countries recognised as a rare and endangered species, was found in Poland, for the first time, in September of 2012, on dune in the western part of the Baltic Sea Coast. This study presents its characteristics, general distribution and habitat. Diagnostic features of R. torulosa and four similar taxa – R. fuscorubra, R. fuscorubroides, R. queletii and R. sardonia, have also been compared.