These specimens were found close to and among other L. xanthogalactus (see my observation “http://mushroomobserver.org/62021”;) but seemed different. The latex was whitish at first and slowly turned yellowish, especially staining the flesh yellowish. The gills were far more crowded, cap color was lighter, overall mushroom was dryer, gills were less decurrent. The taste was mild to slightly acrid after a while. I can’t seem to find a better match than L. xanthogalactus so that is what I am calling them. On drying they have a pleasant odor, almost like a weak candy-cap maple odor, but not a strong as a candy cap.
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