Collection location: Schuylkill Co., Pennsylvania, USA [Click for map]
All characteristics appear to fit description online at Russulales News except for one which I can not confirm without Meltzers. The characteristic is that of the single oil drop.
That sight does not have a photograph.
Description of my find:
Pileus: 7.5 cm, broadly convex to flat, shallow central depression, furrowed margin, atropurpureous, pale purple at margins with inset dark purple ring, center purple with red/orange tones, dry, glabrous.
Context: 5 mm thick, white, odorless, mild, unchanging.
Lamellae: cream, adnate, moderately distant, some forked at base, entire.
Stipe: 6.5 x 1.2 cm, subequal, smooth, glabrous, roseous.
Spore Print: cream.
Spores: globose, spinulose, unable to determine 1-guttule.
Habitat: terrestrial, single, in mixed deciduous woods.
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