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Jackie P

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After looking around I think this is Russula virescens which the all knowing internet says is edible and good. I’ve always found tons of red russula which I’ve heard aren’t edible. Any tips are welcome thanks everyone!

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The "green quilt Russula" species of North America is now called Russula parvovirescens. Russula crustosa is similar --also with the cap surface breaking apart into a quilt-like pattern-- but generally features at least some yellow on the cap surface. When a R. parvovirescens mushroom is not too old and not damaged by insects I consider it to be one of the few types of Russula that are good edibles. 

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