Russula (family Russulaceae) A genus of fungi, which form fragile fruit bodies which typically have brightly coloured caps and do not exude a milky latex when damaged. Some species are edible, a few are poisonous. They are found on the ground under trees, with which they often form mycorrhizal associations.
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