Observation 14472: Russula cyanoxantha (Schaeff.) Fr.
When: 2008-11-22
No herbarium specimen

Notes: In soil, under Douglas fir-tanoak-madrone canopy. By it’s size alone if it is a Russula, it could only be xerampelina, alutacea, subnigricans, fragrantissima, cyanoxantha, brevipes, or albonegra. It doesn’t blacken, it has a very mild taste and aroma, which eliminates albonegra, fragrantissima and subnigricans. The stem is tinted pinkish on one side. This one is very stout. Any Russula experts out there?

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Recognized by sight: Your specimen is on the upper-end for R. cascadensis, but it could be.

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