Notes: Found under spruce and fir.
I thought these were Lactarius fulvissimus, and maybe I was getting some understanding of the brownish Lactarius. But at the SMG meeting, everyone seemed to say that couldn’t be true, and then they all agreed and nodded knowingly, and I have no idea what they could see that made it clear this was different. I’ll just keep taking photos until I can start to see something different I guess.
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