Observation 32038: Russula tenuiceps Kauffman
When: 2009-07-10
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: cap 7 cm red, round, convex smooth on top and having low wrinkles towards the margin Top has a shallow depression. Skin peeling easily, Gills narrow attached to stem, crowded white. Stem 5 cm X 3 cm equal light pink, smooth, dry. Flesh brittle fragile white unchanging when bruised. Taste Acrid odor non distinct. spore print, light yellow.
Found solitary growing under Red Oak with Hickory in the area.

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Recognized by sight: found in mixed woods primarily Oak

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