Notes: Cap 2-7cm wide, typically convex-depressed to funnel-shaped, usually w/an umbo, orange-brown becoming paler in age; margin crenate to wavy; flesh taste mild or faintly acrid.
Gills yellowish, soon stained vinaceous-cinnamon, becoming orange-cinnamon overall or tainted vinaceous in age; latex watery on exposure, unchanging, staining the gills vinaceous-cinnamon, taste mild; stipe 3-7mm thick, orange-cinnamon on the upper portion, dark rusty brown below, ornamented w/orange-cinnamon hairs on the base; associated with oaks.
Lactarius rimosellus is similar but has larger spores that are ellipsoid and ornamented w/isolated warts that do not form a reticulum; white to whey-like or watery latex that is unchanging and does not stain the gills; its stipe lacks orange-cinnamon hairs at the base; it is associated w/conifers.
Lactarius areolatus has larger spores that are subglobose to broadly ellipsoid that are ornamented w/warts & short bands that do not form a reticulum; has white to whey-like to watery latex that is unchanging and does stain the gills; its stipe lacks orange-cinnamon hairs at the base; is associated with oaks.
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