Notes: These appeared to be growing primarily with Doug Fir.
Caps up to 5.0 cm across and not viscid.
Stems mostly stuffed.
Latex white and fairly copious on most. No staining and latex dried creamy.
Taste of flesh mild.
Spores ~ 7.2-8.1 X 6.8-8.0 microns, globose to subglobose, with spines and partial reticulations.
No significant initial odor and none after drying.
The habitat doesn’t seem quite right but there may have been an Oak nearby.
Lactarius rufulus seems to fit most criteria.
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