Russula roseipes Secr. ex Bres. (illustrated 50% life size) Cap 4–7cm across, convex then flatter with a central depression; rosy pink to orange-rose, often with tiny whitish spots, fading with age; dry, dull, pruinose. Stem 30–60×7–12mm, clavate; white speckled with rose-pink. Flesh white; soft; taste mild, smell pleasant. Gills subdistant; white. Spores 7.5–9.5×6–8µ, ovate; warts below 0.5µ high. Spore print deep yellow (E–F). Habitat with deciduous trees, normally in mountains; summer to early autumn. Very rare in Britain. Edible.