Russulacremeoochracea1046a

Russula cremeoochracea

A smaller creamy white to creamy yellow species found under both beech and tea tree. Cap diam: up to 55 mm. The gills are white to creamy white as is the spore print. The stipe is white to creamy white but is sometimes stained a yellowish brown.

Russulagriseobrunnea

Russula griseobrunnea

A grey-brown species found under beech. The cap is up to 110 mm in diam. The gills are creamy white and the spore print is white.

Russulagriseostipitata1

Russula griseostipitata

A pale dull grey pink species found under beech. Cap diam: up to 70 mm. The gills are a greyish creamy white, and the spore print is white.

RussulagriseoviridisA

Russula griseoviridis

A dull green species with lighter grey-green scaly patches on the surface. The cap diam: is up to 100 mm. The gills are white to creamy white and the spore print is white. The stipe is pale grey with rose or mauve tints. Found under tea tree.

Russulainquinata

Russula inquinata

A dark grey-brown coloured species found under beech. Cap diam: up to 100 mm. The gills are creamy white with grey tints and are often covered in black spots. The stipe is a pale greyish fawn-brown.

Russulalittorea1044a

Russula littorea

A creamy to creamy ochraceous coloured species found under tea tree. Cap diam: up to 60 mm. The gills are creamy white as is the stipe.

Russulamulticystidiata2A

Russula multicystidiata

A whitish to creamy coloured species with a cap diam: up to 60 mm. The gills and stipe are also white to creamy white in colour. Found under tea tree and beech.

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