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Trees: mainly hardwood, oak. Gills do not break. No specific smell at the base of the stem. I know by now that russula are difficult, but only post very distinct specimens (in this case the color is very pronounced).
Flesh white, immutable. Taste mild. Distinctly violet cap color.
For sure far from R.cyanoxantha: look at the yellow gills.
What about trees nearby?
Is there a iodine smell in the base of the stem?
Questions, questions, questions!
Seriously, Russula is difficult as hell.
A wild guess is Russula amethystina/turci. (smell the base)
Created: 2012-07-28 23:10:58 CEST (+0200)
Last modified: 2012-07-28 23:25:21 CEST (+0200)
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