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We don't get this exact same species in North America. We have several types of orange-latex milkies in eastern NA that I think are good edibles... L. deterrimus, L. thyinos. There are a few varieties of deliciosus that grow in the west. But none of these are considered to be as good as the Lactarius deliciosus found in Europe. Those African "Rovellons" look real nice!

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Still a few more mushrooms, this week of winter in Cape Town.

The one that looks like a boletus is not the real one, I believe this one will give you stomach problems.

The Pine Rings were excellent. See ones I cooked with garlic, olive oil and onion on low fire.

Need to watch out for the monkeys especially when they are in groups of 20 or 30 around your area. They also seem to eat mushrooms and if disturbed can attack.

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