Notes: I found these in a hardwood forest…the predominate trees in the area are oak, maple and cedar. These specimens were terrestrial. When cut, there is no latex oozing or bruising staining noted to speak of.
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based on cap and stipe (stem) features. There is staining on the sliced specimen, if you blow the photo up as large as possible: the cap has definate reddish-coral stains, and I suspect the stipe might also bruise that color, if a fingernail were scraped against it. The reason it might be a Lactarius is that not all Lactarii have visible latex but often haven strongly inrolled margins to the cap. Solid stipe favors Russula.
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