Notes: Mixed woods. Gill edges marginate.
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You have been holding this one back for a long time. Let’s have a look what else you have got in the bag!
the marginate darkening of the gill edges when I use the zoom feature. There are a few gills for which the very tip of the edge is viewed head on; the darkening is best seen here.
are marginate but the photo does not show this feature well. Lactarius lignyotus var. canadensis also has dark gill edges. It usually is a larger mushroom. Discussion of both can be found here.
I thought Lactarius lignyotellus had dark gill edges but otherwise looked just like L lignyotus.
Have you been sitting on a stash of cool Lactarius photos??! ;)
This one reminds me of our L. fallax, but w/marginate gills.
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