Observation 62627: Russula cremoricolor Earle
When: 2011-01-20
Who: Byrain
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Growing in pine duff, moderately spicy (With Lactarius alnicola being very spicy).

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Recognized by sight: General appearance, red cap, white gills & stipe, spicy.
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By: Byrain
2011-01-22 06:35:33 IST (+0530)

Those links are quite informative.

Welcome to the club!
By: BakerSt10
2011-01-22 06:31:47 IST (+0530)
That is what I originally thought…
By: Byrain
2011-01-22 02:12:30 IST (+0530)

…but reading the comments for Russula silvicola on mykoweb seems to say otherwise or I am misunderstanding it. And this still doesn’t really help explain why mushrooms demystified doesn’t mention R. cremoricolor as having a red cap coloring.

west coast
By: Erlon (Herbert Baker)
2011-01-22 01:54:07 IST (+0530)

R. silvicola is an east coast species.

Could you elaborate?
By: Byrain
2011-01-22 00:43:50 IST (+0530)

The more I read up on the red russula species, the more I get confused about which one is called what. Could you elaborate on why you are calling it cremoricolor? The description in Mushrooms Demystified seems to indicate it has a white/pallid/pale-yellow cap and other observations have specimens with such light colored caps as well as ones with red caps. Which is just leaving me a bit confused…

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