Russula HeterophyllaRussula heterophylla
Cap or Pileus - Variable in colour. Greenish or pinkish grey, but fleshy, firm; slightly convex, then depressed; smooth, and polished, the very thin skin disappearing. Margin thin, smooth, or with slightly depressed lines closely placed.
Stem or Stipe - Solid, firm, smooth, shining, white, the apex occasionally dilated in the form of a cup.
Annulus or Volva - None.
Gills or Lamellae - Narrow, crowded, forked; white; of different lengths.
Spores - White.
Flesh - White; mild in taste.
Habitat - Woods. Common.
Time - July to October.
The specific name refers to the difference in the lengths of the gills.