Notes: Growing in mixed woods in the Big Sandy Creek Unit.
Caps up to 6.7 cm across.
Milky white latex unchanging with little or no staining.
Odor not distinctive and taste mild.
Spore print white to sl. creamy.
Spores ~ 6.0-6.8 X 5.3-6.0 microns, globose to subglobose, moderately warted and with some reticulation.
The small and significantly ornamented spores should help narrow down the possibilities. Not yet!?!.
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I have found L. peckii in this general area before, and noted the acrid taste of the flesh. I usually only check the flesh but according to the literature both flesh and latex are extremely acrid.
Some negative points for L. peckii were that these had adnate gill attachments rather than decurrent.
The gill and stipe colors were paler than usually reported.
The stems were solid and I didn’t see a whitish bloom on any of them.
The spores were close in size(these perhaps a little smaller) but didn’t seem quite as reticulated as my L. peckii obs.
Could be an undescribed species?!?.
I overlooked that in your notes. I was thinking maybe Lactarius peckii but that one is very acrid. I wonder if this is an undescribed species?
according to my notes.
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