Russula ochroleucoides sp. nov.
Pileus 6–12 cm. broad, large, rigid, convex, soon expanded plane, varying straw-yellow to pale-ochraceous, usually dull-ocher to reddish-ocher toward center, pellicle adnate, soon dry and pulverulent to subrimose, even on the obtuse margin; flesh thick, compact, white, unchanging or slightly sordid in age; gills adnexed or free, rather narrow, rounded and broader in front, white or whitish, close to subdistant, shorter ones intermingled, often forked behind, intervenous; stem 4–6 cm. long, 1.5–2 cm. thick, short, rigid, equal or tapering slightly downward, white, glabrous or subpruinose, spongy-solid; spores even or minutely rough, 7–9 µ (incl. apiculus), white in mass; cystidia very few; basidia about 40 × 9 µ; taste tardily and slightly bitterish-acrid to disagreeably bitter; odor faintly aromatic or none.
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