Observation 319680: Russula farinipes Romell

When: 2018-06-13

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

Who: Chris Cassidy (cmcassidy)

No specimen available

Growing scattered and sometimes in small clusters of 2 or 3, sometimes barely emerging from soil. Underneath oak, in damp soil/moss. Cap dry, dingy and spotted, straw yellow. Gills whitish/buff/yellowish, adnate to slightly decurrent. Generally close, sometimes forking near stipe or midway to margin. Color slightly lighter than pileus, fringed near margin with a few shorter lamellae present. Stipe white becoming yellowish/brown, tapered towards base. Odor mild. Taste very acrid/hot. Spore deposit white/cream.


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Recognized by sight: Tough, rubbery, cuticle hard to peel. Taste very hot
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