When: 2018-06-03

Collection location: Stockbridge, Henry Co., Georgia, USA [Click for map]

Who: Chris Cassidy (cmcassidy)

No specimen available

Medium sized group growing in damp soil/moss directly beneath oak tree. Cap rather small (1-3 cm in diameter); rather dry. The cap slightly concave to flat. Center has small, but prominent, umbonate center. Gills discharging white latex, bruising absent, maybe slightly salmon-like. Adnate to slightly decurrent gills. Gills and stipe a shade or two lighter than cap. Odor sweet/sourish. Deposit white/yellowish, barely any spores dropping.


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Recognized by sight: Slightly cracked cap with rings of variable color.
Used references: “North American species of Lactarius” (Hesler, Smith) – pg. 148

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