Large, really blue when young, (saw some young ones in Nov) staining bluish when young, purplish in age, flesh staining reddish-purple.
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It can’t be close to purpurascens then.
But it doesn’t look like the cyanites I have learned to recognize.
On the other hand, there are a lot of sequences available of “cyanites” collections, almost everyone differing enough to be different species in a cyanites group..
it reminds more of purpurascens than cyanites, but I guess it’s not any of them..
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