Flesh without fibers, fracturing with the same sort of break as a piece of chalk Spore and gill color limited to white, yellow, or ochre Mycorrhizal: occuring only on the ground, and only when there are trees nearby
No ring or volva on stalk
All fleshy-stemmed mushrooms whose gills exude a latex when cut go here
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Cap up to 4" across; sometimes with blue-green or lilac tones