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Bērzu baravika

Boletus edulis
Egļu baravika

English names: Birch-associated Edible Bolete
Deutschen Namen: Birkensteinpilz

The diameter of this mushroom usually varies from 5 to 30 cm. Spore powder is olive. It usually grows under birches from June to October. Its cap is notably brighter than that of spruce-associated Boletus edulis, sometimes almost white. It is rather common in Latvia and one of the best edible mushrooms in this country. It is very tasty when fried in butter, or in soups. One can also dry, pickle and salt this mushroom.

Note. Nowadays Birch Bolete is often regarded not as a separate species, but only as a specific form of Cep (Boletes edulis).

Šī baravika parasti aug zem bērziem no jūnija līdz oktobrim. Atšķiras no citu sugu baravikām ar gaišu (dažreiz gandrīz baltu) cepurīti un salīdzinoši plānu stobriņu slāni. Ļoti garšīga, cepama bez iepriekšējas novārīšanas, marinējama, kaltējama u.c.

Piezīme. Mūsdienās bērzu baraviku nereti traktē nevis kā patstāvīgu sugu, bet kā egļu baravikas (Boletus edulis) īpašu formu.

 

The cap of this of birch-associated bolete is notably brighter than that of the spruce-associated Cep.
Bērzu baravikas cepurīte ir uzkrītoši gaišāka nekā egļu baravikas cepurīte.

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