Notes: This one’s something of a mystery. Some aspects of its appearance suggest Tricholoma; others Cortinarius; others Lactarius. (I checked for latex and there was none, though the radially-fibrous cap is almost as good at ruling out the latter genus). Gills a bit decurrent, creamish with brownish to rusty areas. White stipe. Brown, fibrous cap. Hollow stipe. Seems like many parts can bruise brownish. Found in Zone 24 not far from “those logs”.
Lactarius vinaceorufescens A.H. Sm. on MyCoPortal
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Draft For Wild Mushrooms Of The Northeastern United States By Erlon (Private)
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but to get further, you need to know at least colour/colour changes of the latex – unless someone can recognize it by sight without it. Isn’t it something lilac where the stem is broken..?
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