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 Add this item to the list  Russula, erumpens, n. sp.
   
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Remarks (public):At one time we thought our species might be Russula periglypta, B. and Br., of Ceylon. Through the kindness of Mr. T. Petch, of Peradeniya Gardens, Ceylon, we have received coloured drawings and dried specimens of the Ceylon species which show that the two are clearly distinct. 
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Description:Russula, erumpens, n. sp.
Pileus up to 3 inches in diameter, depressed to infundibuliform, pure white or with a dirty-brown tint, surface dull, not polished. Flesh white. Gills adnate, from depression of the pileus with rather a decurrent tooth, crowded, creamy-white, when old rufescent. Stem 1¼ to 2 inches high, to inch thick, sometimes a little excentric, white or slightly brown-tinted below, stout, equal, solid, dull, not polished. Spores pale rusty, spherical to slightly oval, verrucose, 7 µm, 8.5 x 7 µm. Taste mild. Emerging covered with soil.
Neutral Bay, Sydney, January to May (after - heavy rain), October and November; Milson Island, Hawkesbury River, April; Eagle on the Hill, Mount Lofty Ranges, S. Austr., April, 1917 (pileus up to 4½ inches across; spores 8.5 to 10.4 x 7 to 7.8 µm, microscopically apparently white). (Miss Clarke, Watercolour 63.)
 
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