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Russula graveolens - brittlegill
Russula graveolens - brittlegill
Description
  • Medium sized mushroom. Cap of wide colour range from Pink or redish, purple or violet, grey to brown & beige. White stem, pale ivory gills.
Host Species
  • Oak, beech
Mode Of Decay Significance
  • Beneficial to the roots of it host
Distribution
  • Europe & North America
Notes
  • Late summer to late autumn

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Russula graveolens on oak roots - taken by D Humphries Russula graveolens - taken by D Humphries Russula graveolens - taken by D Humphries
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