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Synonyms: Russula chrysodacryon, Russula drimeia, Russula emeticiformis.
Common name: primrose brittlegill.
Russian name: Syroezhka sardoniksovaya.
Extract from Wikipedia article: Russula sardonia, commonly known as the primrose brittlegill, is a mushroom of the genus Russula, which are commonly known as brittlegills. The fruiting body, or mushroom, is a reddish-purple, the colour of blackberry juice, and is found in coniferous woodland in summer and autumn. It is inedible, and like many inedible members of the genus, has a hot, peppery taste.
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