Russula cessans A. Pearson (1950)                                                                       *Collections: California

This is a common and cosmopolitan Russula that can often be seen it in the local Bay Area parks, coastal woods, and in Sierra Nevada, but always where conifers are present Pines. It is one of the distinctive species with yellow spore print and mild taste.

Intervenose and anastomosing gills.

Spores: 8-10 x 7-8.2μ                                
Deposit: Yellow.