Terrestrial in a low, damp area in D6B near Pinus strobus, Pinus resinosa, Populus tremuloides, Acer sp., and Betula papyrifera. There have been previous sightings there, and in D1A, a similarly low, damp area with all of the above species of tree except possibly P. tremuloides.
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(Thuja occidentalis) in downeast Maine. The similar L. deliciosus has orange milk too but the FB bruises green.
Although I think the name thyinos may have recently been lumped in with another name for an orange milky. I don’t have my NA Milky book with me.
I have found this type in damp habitat under a variety of conifers, not in my locale, but nearly every time I visit either Vermont or the Adirondack Region of NY.
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