Pileus often ribbed-alveolate, going from purplish violet when young to brownish yellow in old age.
Pores and Pore Surface
White at first, yellowish brownish in age. Immutable or becoming deeper yellow or brownish when bruising, pores circular, 1 to 2 per mm.
Widened down at a young age, more or less equal thereafter. Pale at first, the purple or reddish color of the mid-portion of the stipe increases with age; however, the apex and base of the stipe typically remain whitish. Sometimes developing yellow stains near the apex in old age.
Reticulate over the apex or overall the stipe; whitish reticulum then tinged with purplish in places.
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