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|I’d Call It That||3.0||11.34||2||(Dave W,MLivezey)|
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“luxuriant leaker.” I would so steal it, but we have nothing here like your eastern champion leaker, Lactarius volemus! ;)
or as Bill Roody might say it is not a luxuriant leaker. Look for it under hemlock. Cut gills will get wine red and then eventually green.
which I saw for the first time on the table. If I find one, I will check.
should be wine red. Kuo calls it “deep red.” If the damaged flesh does not readily bleed, then a stain may usually be seen by dabbing with a piece of white paper.
Created: 2011-09-25 21:18:40 CDT (-0500)
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