Green Brittlegill - Russula aeruginea
It has a pale to very pale grass-green cap, occasionally with yellowish tints, fading to pale grey-green with age. Gills are white, eventually turning yellow with age, they are adnexed and crowded.
Nearly always under birches.
July to October in Britain.
Widespread but occasional in Britain.
Occasional in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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