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Russula decolorans

Russula decolorans
(Copper Brittlegill)


Grows under Ponderosa and Lodgepole pine trees. Usually just pushing up through the pine needles.


This is another edible Russula. They can be very abundant under Ponderosa and Lodgepole pine trees. They stain grey when cut or scratched in the context of the stalk. The bugs get to them rather quickly. Growing in small groups scattered to gregarious. Very common.



Spore Print

White to Yellow




Yellow to Orange

Last Updated

Feb 10 2023 03:51 PM

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