Observation 122047: Russula cremoricolor Earle

These were growing very near the Russula silvicola in MO 122046 and with our current knowledge would now be considered the same species.
The spores seemed very similar, with a white spore print and ~ 8.3-10.2(11.0) X 6.7-8.2 microns. Q(ave.) = 1.23, which was identical to the R. silvicola.
The one oddity was that these white specimens were not acrid to my taste while the pinkish ones were.(I tried 3 different specimens).
The R. cremoricolor is also supposed to be acrid?

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