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Lactarius rubidus: Candy Caps

Madison - United States

Photographs and article by Tom Volk on this species which has a fragrance of butterscotch or maple sugar when dried and make an appetizing desert.

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    Flora and Fauna - Fungi

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    Lactarius rubidus, candy caps, Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month for October 2005

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