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Walt already made a good guess from what we can see.
IF you had tasted it, it would’ve been mild flavored, and maybe even smelling a bit like shellfish, assuming that compacta is the only brown-capped,
brown-staining russula around your parts.
do not know about spores. Dang! I was so proud of getting a spore print I didn’t know I was supposed to taste it too. Also, I did not cut into this one so don’t know about latex. But Lactarius indigo was fruiting nearby.
it’s either a russula or a lactarius, with brown staining gills.
best to bite it too, for taste. helps ya get to an ID.
got scope? for either genus your spores would be amyloid (turn blue in Meltzers solution) and ornamented.
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