Notes: 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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