Notes: I have seen this type in my yard a few times. Usually, the fruit bodies have become fragile to the point of crumbling. This collection was intact.
Color seemingly quite distinctive… even for a Russula, shiny whitish/grayish with a metalic sheen and vinaceous patches/center. Sulcate margin. Stipe stuffed with spongy material, becoming hollow/chambered, white with light rosy areas. Growing in a grassy area with apple trees nearby. Gills thick and wide with cross veins, creamy light yellowish.
Spore print creamy pale yellow.
Will bring some material to NEMF.
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