Russula subgraminicolor Murrill (1 Photo and Description)

Russula subgraminicolor 2303

Differs from other green russulas in not having a cracked or crustose cap. Can be fairly large, blue-green to olive-green with a paler striate margin. Fibrillose pellicle becomes smooth with age and peels half-way or more toward the center. Gills are whitish to cream colored, broad, well-spaced and forked at stem apex. Stem is white. Cream to pale yellowish spore print. Can be found under oaks in summer and autumn. Mild taste. Edible.