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Close-up of a Lactarius mushroom (Lactarius corrugis) with sliced gills, exuding a latex, or "milk", at the point of injury, a characteristic of this genus of fungi. The amount and color of the milk is often important in identifying to the species level.  Fairfield County, Ohio, USA.
Close-up of a Lactarius mushroom (Lactarius corrugis) with sliced gills, exuding a latex, or "milk", at the point of injury, a characteristic of this genus of fungi. The amount and color of the milk is often important in identifying to the species level. Fairfield County, Ohio, USA.
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