Russula rubescens sp. nov.
Pileus convex, finally expanded and depressed, 5-8 cm. broad; surface red, margin paler, fading with age, thin, striate; context mild to the taste; lamellae rather close, white, adnate, forked, especially at the base; spores pale-yellow, subglobose, 7-9 µ, rough, echinulate; cystidia large, numerous, 50-65 × 10-12 µ; stipe white, at length becoming cinereous without and within, often blackening with age or in drying, quickly becoming red and then black when wounded, stuffed, becoming hollow.
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