Caps up to 11.0 cm across, striate in age, viscid when wet.
Taste was mild and they did not have a significant odor.
Spores were yellow and mostly subglobose ranging from about 9.0-7.2 microns.
They were growing with conifers, mostly Douglas Fir.
Russula abietina seems to be a candidate although these didn’t show any real green or olive tints.
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