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They were a bit dried out to give a lot of latex, but the lack of firs and abundance of pine needles means it will probably be deliciosus.
we have three similar species in N. CA: deliciousus and deterrimus (with a primary purple staining), both with orange latex, and rubrilacteus (with red). Dry conditions caused very scant latex in these Sierra specimens, but I also noted, as did you, that the latex was a reddish orange. But rubrilacteus is associated with Doug Fir, and these mushrooms were growing under pine. I still think that they were deliciousus, but I will ask the folks who prepped these for dinner what color they noted when they sliced them.
is that red or orange latex?
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