Notes: White, smooth cap with whitish pores depressed at stipe apex. Pores bruising yellowish. Flesh white, slowly turning pinkish when cut. Stipe, white with black squamules, when dissected longitudinally the upper 1/3 of the stipe turns pinkish while the lower2/3 turns greenish-blue in some areas. Riparian habitat, with mixed woods. According to my reasearch this species differs from L. halopus because the flesh clearly stains pinkish.
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