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but not anywhere else and the scrobiculate stem point to L. thyinos. This is normally a wet area—in moss under fir—but no rain for 3 weeks!
Thanks for your input,
pretty much nails the ID on this eastern NA orange-latex milkie. I find it in northern New England, usually in wet areas.
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