Notes: These were at the base of a pine, on a hillock covered in roots and needles, with a bit of grass and a broad-leafed understory plant.
Red-brown cap shading to orange-tan in the center, thick short white stalk, white gills and flesh, damage — everything you expect in a woodland Russula.
Fifth through seventh images show the same group of three mushrooms after three days had passed. All too often I find my Russulas already in such a damaged state when I first see them; these ones I was fortunate enough to find first when still nearly fresh.
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