Ochre Brittlegill - Russula ochroleuca
With a 4 to 10 cm in diameter, the ochre-yellow cap is initially convex and then flat, developing a slight depression at maturity. Gills are creamy white. Stem creamy-white, becoming pale grey and quite soft with age.
Woodland of all types in drier areas where the soil is well drained.
August to November
Common and widespread in Britain.
Very common in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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