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Rufous Milk Cap (Lactarius rufus) mushrooms in mossy field, Wassenaar, Netherlands  -  Gerrit van Ommering/ Buiten-beel
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00515122 Rufous Milk Cap (Lactarius rufus) mushrooms in mossy field, Wassenaar, Netherlands© Gerrit van Ommering/ Buiten-beeld
Beech Milk Cap (Lactarius subdulcis) mushrooms, Veldhoven, Netherlands  -  Wim de Louwere/ Buiten-beeld
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00513670 Beech Milk Cap (Lactarius subdulcis) mushrooms, Veldhoven, Netherlands© Wim de Louwere/ Buiten-beeld
Emetic Russula (Russula emetica) and Liver Milk Cap (Lactarius hepaticus) mushrooms in moss, Soest, Netherlands  -  Luc Hoogenstein/ Buiten-beeld
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00513541 Emetic Russula (Russula emetica) and Liver Milk Cap (Lactarius hepaticus) mushrooms in moss, Soest, Netherlands© Luc Hoogenstein/ Buiten-beeld
Edible milkcaps (Lactarius deliciosus) in a Basket, Grands Causses Regional Natural Park, Lozere, France, November
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90842361 Edible milkcaps (Lactarius deliciosus) in a Basket, Grands Causses Regional Natural Park, Lozere, France, November© Pascal Pittorino
Magpie inkcap (fungus) (Coprinopsis picacea),  Sheepleas SWT, south of West Horsley, Surrey, England, October.
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90839155 Magpie inkcap (fungus) (Coprinopsis picacea), Sheepleas SWT, south of West Horsley, Surrey, England, October.© Linda Pitkin
Fleecy milk-cap fungus (Lactifluus / Lactarius vellereus) on the forest floor in beech woodland in autumn, France, November
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90838487 Fleecy milk-cap fungus (Lactifluus / Lactarius vellereus) on the forest floor in beech woodland in autumn, France, November© Philippe Clement
Milkcap fungus (Lactarius sp) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card
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90834718 Milkcap fungus (Lactarius sp) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Milkcap fungus (Lactarius controversus) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card
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90834714 Milkcap fungus (Lactarius controversus) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Fleecy milk-cap (Lactifluus vellereus / Lactarius vellereus) on the forest floor in beech woodland in autumn, France, November
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90827499 Fleecy milk-cap (Lactifluus vellereus / Lactarius vellereus) on the forest floor in beech woodland in autumn, France, November© Philippe Clement
Three full glass milk bottles  -  Nigel Cattlin/ FLPA
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80109866 Three full glass milk bottles© Nigel Cattlin / FLPA
Woolly milkcap (Lactarius torminosus) emerging from woodland leaf litter, Gloucestershire, UK, October  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90409666 Woolly milkcap (Lactarius torminosus) emerging from woodland leaf litter, Gloucestershire, UK, October© Nick Upton / NPL
Rufous milkcap (Lactarius rufus) emerging from woodland leaf litter, Gloucestershire, UK, October  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90409665 Rufous milkcap (Lactarius rufus) emerging from woodland leaf litter, Gloucestershire, UK, October© Nick Upton / NPL
Rufous milkcap fungi (Lactarius rufus) emerging from woodland leaf litter, Gloucestershire, UK, October  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90409664 Rufous milkcap fungi (Lactarius rufus) emerging from woodland leaf litter, Gloucestershire, UK, October© Nick Upton / NPL
Oak milkcaps (Lactarius quietus), Belgium, October  -  Philippe Clement/ npl
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90400103 Oak milkcaps (Lactarius quietus), Belgium, October© Philippe Clement / NPL
Mild Milkcap Fungus (Lactarius subdulcis) with milk being exuded from damaged gills Surrey, England, UK, November  -  Adrian Davies/ npl
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90399296 Mild Milkcap Fungus (Lactarius subdulcis) with milk being exuded from damaged gills Surrey, England, UK, November© Adrian Davies / NPL
Milk cap fungus (Lactarius sp) showing drops of white milky fluid exuded from damaged gills, Surrey, England, November  -  Adrian Davies/ npl
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90393073 Milk cap fungus (Lactarius sp) showing drops of white milky fluid exuded from damaged gills, Surrey, England, November© Adrian Davies / NPL
Woolly milkcap, Bearded milk cap fungus (Lactarius torminosus) growing on forest floor in autumn, Belgium, October  -  Philippe Clement/ npl
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90385301 Woolly milkcap, Bearded milk cap fungus (Lactarius torminosus) growing on forest floor in autumn, Belgium, October© Philippe Clement / NPL
Gills of Fleecy Milkcap (Lactarius vellereus) Bolderwood, New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK, November  -  Guy Edwardes/ 2020V/ npl
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90381651 Gills of Fleecy Milkcap (Lactarius vellereus) Bolderwood, New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK, November© Guy Edwardes / 2020VISION / NPL
Fleecy milk cap fungus (Lactarius velereus) UK  -  George Mccarthy/ npl
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90201933 Fleecy milk cap fungus (Lactarius velereus) UK© George McCarthy / NPL
Woolly milk cap fungus (Lactarius torminosus) UK  -  George Mccarthy/ npl
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90201932 Woolly milk cap fungus (Lactarius torminosus) UK© George McCarthy / NPL
Saffron milk cap fungus (Lactarius deliciosus) UK  -  George Mccarthy/ npl
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90201734 Saffron milk cap fungus (Lactarius deliciosus) UK© George McCarthy / NPL
Fleecy milkcap fungus (Lactarius vellereus) Belgium  -  Philippe Clement/ npl
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90195703 Fleecy milkcap fungus (Lactarius vellereus) Belgium© Philippe Clement / NPL
Milk cap fungus (Lactarius uvidus) Selshion Moss, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, UK, November  -  Robert Thompson/ npl
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90113797 Milk cap fungus (Lactarius uvidus) Selshion Moss, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, UK, November© Robert Thompson / NPL
Mushroom (Lactarius sp) among autumn leaves, Belgium  -  Philippe Clement/ npl
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90056397 Mushroom (Lactarius sp) among autumn leaves, Belgium© Philippe Clement/ npl
Mushroom (Lactarius sp) amongst leaf litter, United Kingdom  -  George Mccarthy/ npl
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90034526 Mushroom (Lactarius sp) amongst leaf litter, United Kingdom© George McCarthy/ npl
Mushroom (Lactarius sp), United Kingdom  -  George Mccarthy/ npl
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90031426 Mushroom (Lactarius sp), United Kingdom© George McCarthy/ npl
Mushroom (Lactarius sp), United Kingdom  -  George Mccarthy/ npl
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90024429 Mushroom (Lactarius sp), United Kingdom© George McCarthy/ npl
Mushroom (Lactarius sp), United Kingdom  -  George Mccarthy/ npl
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90023435 Mushroom (Lactarius sp), United Kingdom© George McCarthy/ npl
Mushroom (Lactarius sp) Russia  -  Igor Shpilenok/ npl
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90017403 Mushroom (Lactarius sp) Russia© Igor Shpilenok/ npl
Mushroom (Lactarius sp), United Kingdom  -  George Mccarthy/ npl
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90009829 Mushroom (Lactarius sp), United Kingdom© George McCarthy/ npl
Birch Milkcap (Lactarius tabidus) fruiting bodies, growing in moss on banks of freshwater loch, Loch Ruthven, Inverness-shire, Highlands, Scotland, August  -  Dave Pressland/ FLPA
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80155827 Birch Milkcap (Lactarius tabidus) fruiting bodies, growing in moss on banks of freshwater loch, Loch Ruthven, Inverness-shire, Highlands, Scotland, August© Dave Pressland / FLPA
Milk bottling and capping plant in small on farm dairy, Berkshire  -  Nigel Cattlin/ FLPA
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80114046 Milk bottling and capping plant in small on farm dairy, Berkshire© Nigel Cattlin / FLPA
Birch Milkcap (Lactarius tabidus) fruiting body, growing amongst leaf litter in deciduous woodland, Staffordshire, England, November
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80190607 Birch Milkcap (Lactarius tabidus) fruiting body, growing amongst leaf litter in deciduous woodland, Staffordshire, England, November© Andrew Mason
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