Class: Basidiomycetes Scientific name: Russula luteotacta Rea Synonym: Russula sardonia Bres. Morphological characteristics Hat: 3-8 cm, flat-convex, a little depressed, red but also whitish, more or less tinged in pink, almost always viscous; separable film for one third; thin, rounded and fragile hem.
The doronico is a lively herbaceous plant, native to Europe. This variety forms large bushes consisting of large oval, or heart-shaped, dark green leaves; in late spring, until summer, thin stems rise from the tufts at the apex of which a single flower, daisy, of a golden yellow color, with a dark yellow center blooms; at the peak of flowering the flowers can be so numerous that they completely cover the leaves.
FIFe classification and historical background Country of origin: United States - Russia and the semi-long haired variety of the Blue of Russia. In the 80s of the twentieth century, some American breeders began to select the puppies with longer fur that frequently arose from Russian Blue litters.
Classification, origin and description Name: Darlingtonia californica Torr., 1853 Genre: Darlingtonia Family: Sarraceniaceae Endemic plant of North Carolina - Oregon (United States). It is the only species of the genus Darlingtonia. It is also called a cobra plant for the typical nectariferous language similar to that of a cobra.
Pinus pinea An evergreen conifer, with a fairly rapid growth, the pinus pinea is native to the countries bordering the Mediterranean; it has an erect stem, with a reddish bark, which breaks into quite large, gray-brown plates. The ramifications start only in the top area of the stem, giving rise to a large rounded crown, which over time assumes a characteristic umbrella shape; the leaves are needle-like, joined two by two, 10-15 cm long, of a greyish green color.
Spread and habitat Species native to southern Australia, it is also found in Tasmania and New Guinea. It populates the swampy areas of fresh water and the sheltered marine shores. Beautiful looking duck is highly appreciated as an ornamental garden species. Morphological characteristics The male has a dark green head, dark brown back, belly and chest are brick-colored with brown scales.