Kidney-shaped caps, off-center stems, and other odd features. Some looked somewhat dried out and others a bit fresher, so perhaps two fruitings close together in time. They were scattered in the rough near some mature trees, probably cedars.
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I don’t have any better idea, probably not claroflava anyway.
near these were two-needle pines. No birch that I can recall.
would have a disturbed growth when it has to pass through old grass on its way up.
This one reminds of Russula claroflava (it should be greying, have a mild taste and grow with birch).
Which russulas sometimes have kidney-shaped caps?
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