Growing in mixed woods in the Big Sandy Creek Unit.
Caps up to 3.8 cm across and stems up to 3.2cm X 0.30cm.
Spore print was pale orangish and the spores were amyloid.
Spores ~ 6.0-7.0(7.8) X 5.1-6.0(6.4) microns, mostly broadly ellipsoid, moderately warted and a few partial reticulations.
They seemed to have a slight odor of maple syrup.
The stems were fairly tough and I couldn’t see any latex, but the spores indicate the Russulacea family.
Lactarius camphoratus doesn’t seem to quite fit.
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Created: 2013-07-04 19:41:37 CDT (-0400)
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