Russula brunneola 

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Russula brunneola Burlingham 

has a sometimes variably colored, depressed cap at maturity, although it is usually predominantly brown. The margin is tuberculate-striate. The cuticle peels half way to the center. The gills at the stipe apex are yellowish-cream and extremely brittle. The stipe is white to cream and occasionally tinged with purple-brown and stains brown at the base. Spore print is white. Can be found under conifers and birch. The taste is mild. There is no strong discernable odor. It is in the Russulaceae family of the Russulales.