Featuring mycology lessons, essays, and mushroom photographs and descriptions by Dianna Smith and a series of mycology articles by Bill Bakaitis
Russula claroflava favors damp to boggy wet locations under conifers, birch and aspen. Often seen in moss. Yellow cap, white gills and stipe. Bruises gray-black. It sometimes has a fruity odor. Mild tasting and edible when cooked.