Lactarius cinereus var. cinereus 

Lactarius cinereus var. cinereus 08318

Lactarius cinereous var. cinereus has a smooth, viscid grayish cap with an inrolled margin that becomes flat with age. The center of the cap is typically darker and somewhat umbilicate. The white to cream colored gills are subdecurrent, broad, and close. Latex is white and unchanging or staining. Occurs on the ground with hemlock, pines and beech. Taste is acrid/bitter. Unpalatable. This is in the Russulacae family of the Russulales order.