I have seen this blue-green color variant once before. Makes you wonder about its origins, or the possibility of hybridization with C. molybdites. Or maybe C. molybdites just represents a species where the biochemical pathway underlying this pigment was selected for more strongly for some reason.


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Recognized by sight: shaggy scales, swollen stipe base, orange staining, veil with two free, ragged edges, but unusual in blue-green colors near apex of stipe on cap flesh

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