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And a centralized hole in the cap may suggest this is closer to Lactarius than Russula.
seems to show 2 specimens barely taller than the surrounding duff. Other photos appear to show these same 2 specimens with stipe which are mostly hypogeous. The cap appears tightly appressed to the stipe. If this is producing spores at this time, and if I have observed the photos correctly, this may be a near hypogeous relative of Russula called Macowanites, which usually has a MUCH smaller stipe.
FASCINATING! Hope you can find more and dry a collection for herbarium study.
Yesterday I passed through the burned area (spring)
where I found several kinds of mushrooms among them a dozen mushrooms with a hole in the cap
it can be seen clearly, on added photos
can not explain the smell, because can smell a thing
stipe height of about 10cm
Tomorrow I will go again
to see if I could take better pictures of gills
Was this above ground or was just the cap visible? Cap appears to have a hole leading into the gleba on both specimens. Is that correct? Stipe appears large and extensive. Size? Russula foetens group should have a distinctive aroma. Was there a strong aroma with this collection?
I agree the collection has a Russula-like appearance. The stipe is very well developed, and appears quite long. There is no cross-section to compare the gills with, so difficult to say with any certainty what this is. But it strongly resembles a gastroid Russula. The stipe is far too developed for Macowanites in my experience. But there are many other possibilities from this group. Need another collection if possible.
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