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Red Swamp Brittlegill Scientific name:Russula aquosa Leclair 1932 Synonyms:Species Fungorum 19.11.2015: Russula carminea (Jul. Schäff.) Kühner & Romagn. 1967 Russula carminea (Jul. Schäff.) Romagn. 1962 Russula emetica subsp. aquosa (Leclair) Singer 1926 Russula fragilis var. carminea Jul. Schäff. 1933 Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected
Cap: 3-7 cm across, flattened convex or with a depression, lilac-tinted red to palish cherry red, often brownish in the centre, frequently pale coloured, watery and thin-fleshed, sticky when moist, very fragile, two thirds to completely peeling, margin finally furrowed and slightly warty-lumpy.
Hymenophore: lamellae are first whit, later creamy, almost free, well spaced, dirty white.
Spore print: white, Ia-b
Spore: elliptical, 6,5-8,4 x 5,8-6,9 μm, with ornaments and with warts joined by fine lines to form a partial network.
Stem: 4-9 x 1-2,5 cm, narrowing markedly towards the apex, white, usually watery in appearance, often tinged brown, yellow or grey, very fragile.
Flesh: white, first compact, later fragile, little pinkish under the cuticle, taste very slightly hot or horseradish, odor faint. FeSO4 reddish pale. Guaiac very weak and slow.
Habitat: on damp places near water or in marshy places with mosses, grows from summer to fall.