A lot of unidentified Russulas pop up in the summer and fall here, with cream to red caps. None seem to precisely match the species listed in the Audubon field guide for the region. Web research indicates that there are numerous red Russulas that can generally only be distinguished by microscopic features. Regardless, the showier ones are attractive-looking woodland mushrooms, if found before they’ve been trashed by bugs and slugs or blackened with age.
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