This medium-sized or large agaric has a cinnamon-brown cap, buff gills and excluding colourless, transparent milk. It grows solitary or in scattered groups on soil and has a strong, spicy smell, similar to curry.
velvety, initially slightly convex, becoming funnel-shaped as it matures and has a faint zonate (bull's-eye) pattern, beige or light grey at the margins and darkening toward the centre. Gills
decurrent, first cream coloured, then darkening to ochre-yellow. The flesh is white or beige, often pink-tinged. Stem
is similarly colored as the cap or more reddish brown, more or less equal. It has no ring.
Lactarius aquifluus is very similar in appearance and grows in North America.
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