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Recent insights in the phylogeny, species diversity, and culinary uses of milkcap genera Lactarius and Lactifluus

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Milkcaps form a diverse group of widely consumed ectomycorrhizal fungi. Despite their popularity and ubiquity, large gaps still exist in our knowledge of the milkcap genera. This paper summarizes our current state of knowledge of both Lactarius and Lactifluus. Lacunas in our knowledge are indicated, and an overview of their culinary uses is given.

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Nuytinck, Jorinde, et al. “Recent Insights in the Phylogeny, Species Diversity, and Culinary Uses of Milkcap Genera Lactarius and Lactifluus.” Mushrooms, Humans and Nature in a Changing World : Perspectives from Ecological, Agricultural and Social Sciences, edited by Jesús Pérez-Moreno et al., Springer, 2020, pp. 273–86, doi:10.1007/978-3-030-37378-8_9.
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Nuytinck, J., De Crop, E., Delgat, L., Bafort, Q., Ferreiro, M. R., Verbeken, A., & Wang, X.-H. (2020). Recent insights in the phylogeny, species diversity, and culinary uses of milkcap genera Lactarius and Lactifluus. In J. Pérez-Moreno, A. Guerin-Laguette, R. Flores Arzú, & F.-Q. Yu (Eds.), Mushrooms, humans and nature in a changing world : perspectives from ecological, agricultural and social sciences (pp. 273–286). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37378-8_9
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Nuytinck, Jorinde, Eske De Crop, Lynn Delgat, Quinten Bafort, Mauro Rivas Ferreiro, Annemieke Verbeken, and Xiang-Hua Wang. 2020. “Recent Insights in the Phylogeny, Species Diversity, and Culinary Uses of Milkcap Genera Lactarius and Lactifluus.” In Mushrooms, Humans and Nature in a Changing World : Perspectives from Ecological, Agricultural and Social Sciences, edited by Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Alexis Guerin-Laguette, Roberto Flores Arzú, and Fu-Qiang Yu, 273–86. Cham: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37378-8_9.
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Nuytinck, Jorinde, Eske De Crop, Lynn Delgat, Quinten Bafort, Mauro Rivas Ferreiro, Annemieke Verbeken, and Xiang-Hua Wang. 2020. “Recent Insights in the Phylogeny, Species Diversity, and Culinary Uses of Milkcap Genera Lactarius and Lactifluus.” In Mushrooms, Humans and Nature in a Changing World : Perspectives from Ecological, Agricultural and Social Sciences, ed by. Jesús Pérez-Moreno, Alexis Guerin-Laguette, Roberto Flores Arzú, and Fu-Qiang Yu, 273–286. Cham: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-37378-8_9.
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Nuytinck J, De Crop E, Delgat L, Bafort Q, Ferreiro MR, Verbeken A, et al. Recent insights in the phylogeny, species diversity, and culinary uses of milkcap genera Lactarius and Lactifluus. In: Pérez-Moreno J, Guerin-Laguette A, Flores Arzú R, Yu F-Q, editors. Mushrooms, humans and nature in a changing world : perspectives from ecological, agricultural and social sciences. Cham: Springer; 2020. p. 273–86.
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J. Nuytinck et al., “Recent insights in the phylogeny, species diversity, and culinary uses of milkcap genera Lactarius and Lactifluus,” in Mushrooms, humans and nature in a changing world : perspectives from ecological, agricultural and social sciences, J. Pérez-Moreno, A. Guerin-Laguette, R. Flores Arzú, and F.-Q. Yu, Eds. Cham: Springer, 2020, pp. 273–286.
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  abstract     = {{Milkcaps form a diverse group of widely consumed ectomycorrhizal fungi. Despite their popularity and ubiquity, large gaps still exist in our knowledge of the milkcap genera. This paper summarizes our current state of knowledge of both Lactarius and Lactifluus. Lacunas in our knowledge are indicated, and an overview of their culinary uses is given.}},
  author       = {{Nuytinck, Jorinde and De Crop, Eske and Delgat, Lynn and Bafort, Quinten and Ferreiro, Mauro Rivas and Verbeken, Annemieke and Wang, Xiang-Hua}},
  booktitle    = {{Mushrooms, humans and nature in a changing world : perspectives from ecological, agricultural and social sciences}},
  editor       = {{Pérez-Moreno, Jesús and Guerin-Laguette, Alexis and Flores Arzú, Roberto and Yu, Fu-Qiang}},
  isbn         = {{9783030373771}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  pages        = {{273--286}},
  publisher    = {{Springer}},
  title        = {{Recent insights in the phylogeny, species diversity, and culinary uses of milkcap genera Lactarius and Lactifluus}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37378-8_9}},
  year         = {{2020}},
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