Notes: growing in spruce-fir forest. It had a green apple odor, bright violet flesh.
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Is it bruising red? Looks like it on the stem base.
If so, I guess it belongs in the difficult group around cyanites/porphyropus/purpurascens with several "sub"species and varieties..
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