Russula fuscovinacea J.E. Lange
≡ Russula atropurpurea var. fuscovinacea (J.E. Lange) Reumaux
Medium to rather small. Cap about 6 cm, dull vinaceous purple, centre either dark, somewhat fuscous, or faded (clay-brownish or pallid); edge even. Gills narrow, rather crowded, whitish. Stem at first white, firm, but soon becoming reticulately veined and livid-grayish, inside and outside, especially in wet weather. Flesh inodorous and almost without any taste. Spore-print pure white.
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