Observation 18449: Russula nothofaginea Singer

This looked and felt much like a tiny Russula but I couldn’t get the stipe to snap cleanly like a real Russula… Found in moss, generally single; CAP 1-2" wide, dull, smooth, dry; FLESH creamy; GILLS creamy, slightly notched; STIPE club-shaped, dry, “powdery”; OTHER no odor but VERY acrid; SPORE white (see observation 18798).

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Created: 2009-02-15 14:23:26 CST (-0500)
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