Collection location: Sage Hen Mountain, Idaho, USA [Click for map]
I have found these a couple of times. They arrive earlier than the more common Russula xerampelina. They are robust and push the dirt up, so you have to pay attention. They smell and feel like Russula xeromphalina, they are honey color, and the stem change color to brown a little when you handle them.
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