Pores and Pore Surface
Pores surface turn light brown when bruised. Pores angular, visible, tick walled, 1.5-2 per mm.
Stipe glandular, viscous. Glandules brown, becoming darker with age. Partial veil covered with gluten, forming a gelatinous ring.
Whitish to pale yellow, immutable; sometimes darker yellow or tinged with orange in the stipe.
KOH and NaOH: towards the dark gray on the flesh and the cap, brown on the stipe and the tubes. FeSO4: towards gray on the flesh, the stipe and the tubes. NH4OH: strong and rapid reaction towards pink then gray which invades the entire cap; pinkish on the stipe and the tubes. Phenol: no reaction. Formalin: pale gray on the flesh.
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