Its color and the fact that it leaves a powder on the hands when it is handled are criteria that allow it to be identified with certainty.
Pinkish orange to salmon, covered with powdery and yellow velar remains. The cap and the gills discolour with age
Pale yellow, powdery in places. The partial veil leaves a fleeting ring on the stipe. The stipe is slightly bulbous.
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