Notes: Seperating B. rubellus from B. campestris can be difficult. But this lone specimen shows the red context in the stipe base mentioned by B/R/B. Staining of cut flesh is blue green. Note in one pic how cap context previuosly nibbled by some woodland creature had turned reddish.
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