Seen fruiting on the forest floor of this mixed oak-bay woodland. The diameter of this wavy cap is about 45 mm and the stalk length of this gilled mushroom is around 40 mm.
I think it's this one:
Cap, gills and stipe orange- cinnamon brown
Mature specimens- uplifted margin
Odor- maple syrup
Found scattered in humus.
Lactarius is a genus of mushroom-producing fungi. The genus, collectively known commonly as milk-caps, are characterized by the fact that they exude a milky fluid ('latex') if cut or damaged. Like the genus Russula, with which they are grouped in the family Russulaceae, their flesh has a distinctive brittle consistency.