Notes: 6cm diameter cap, very hot peppery taste (never again!), growing on ground in mixed forest
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I didn’t take any home with me, but I’ll observe the latex color change next time I find them – which should be soon, as they are quite plentiful in this area.
It takes a while but check for olive green coloration. Lactarius glaucescens was a considered a variety. It is the more common one in my area. L. piperatus often has latex that will dry yellowish.
Created: 2011-06-20 21:08:15 CDT (-0500)
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