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They are hygrophanous, and the purple color fade in time and moisture levels. They can be quite purple, or they can be just a pale grey, maybe with a hint of pastel purple. There are many people that believe there are a range of species here all getting called M. pura… probably true.
that is what i thought it was…..they seemed to turn pale when it quit raining and the sun came out…..