Pores and Pore Surface
Pore surface pale yellow at first,soon darkening pale brownish, staining vinaceous brown when bruised. Pores circular or angular, 1.5-2 per mm.
Nearly equal, whitish to yellow, yellow to apex outside and inside, sometimes hollow with age.
Stalk dull white to yellow, with cinnamon glandular dots, partial veil leaving a gelatinous band-like annulus.
White in the cap, yellowish above the tubes and in the stipe, slowly staining brownish when cut.
KOH, NaOH and phenol: towards dark gray on flesh and cap. KOH and NaOH: brownish on the stipe and the tubes. FeSO4: towards gray on the flesh, little effect on the cap, stipe and tubes. NH4OH: strong and rapid reaction towards the pink that invades the entire cap; roasting on the foot and tubes; the tubes subsequently turn brown. Formalin: no reaction.
Edible for some, but not recommanded for others.
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