Growing in a forested area (below mostly pines) in a public park in NW Georgia (Floyd County), GA. Nonstaining. Extremely bitter in flavor. White flesh. Stipe has some yellowish-brown discoloration. Stems are buggy.

Chemical analysis:
Iron salts—>Light olive on cap.
KOH—>Yellowish on cap.
Ammonia—>Dirty yellow on cap.


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By: Jason Bolin (
2018-10-11 04:58:28 CEST (+0200)

Igor, I believe this is a good representative example of T. violatinctus from the south. White band at stipe apex, bug tunnels (which I don’t see in plumbeoviolaceus) and the reagent tests Lisa did match violatinctus.

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