Notes: I would call this an emitica but it looks like there are new ideas out there.
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Yes that is what I meant was R. xerampelina
i don’t know for sure i think they may be were meaning that group i am not aware that that is a sp….
Thanks for the leads. I googled R xearpelia though and could not find anything.
There are several species of Russulas that have creamy to yellowish gills. To name a couple R. cessans and R xearpelia both have yellowish gills.
We have been having a long so what warm dry spell. The normally white gills have yellowed due to exposure.
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