This mushroom was found at 7300 ft. in extremely dry conditions, in a mixed fir/lodgepole pine forest. There is no image of the stem, but it was white and did not stain when bruised. The cap color was a tannish-brown with no hint of greenish, or olive tint. The cap was 5 to 6 cm in diameter, and the stem was 4 to 5 cm long.
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Mike passed me this observation some time ago and I think that I made a mistake in my original evaluation. I thought it might be Group 2 on my Mild Russula of Sierra Nevada page, but now I think it is Group 3, which is very close to the European Russula mustelina genotype.D.
Created: 2012-07-25 10:17:01 PDT (-0700)
Last modified: 2012-08-02 12:43:27 PDT (-0700)
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