Habitat: Under an Oak in area of Pine with a few Oaks and Elm. Growing at base of Oak. Growing in woodland debris.
Spore Print: creamy white – almost white. I compared against bright white and was not sure if there was an orange tint.
Taste: like smell, can’t describe but mild and not unpleasant.
Staining: none noticed when cap was cut. Milk appeared to be white.
Cap: About 2.25 inche across. Pinkish tan color, slightly darker than gills or stem.
Gills: easily exuded milky substance. Colored like stem.
Stem: 1/2 inch across at top, 3/4 inch across a base.
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Created: 2015-12-02 17:17:51 CST (-0500)
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