Fruiting solitarily, under pine, hickory, oak and some sweetgum trees. Cap mostly purple, darker on the disc, some yellowish-olivaceous tones present. Stipe somewhat hollow. Gills attached, not forked, white though becoming more yellowish upon handling and drying; Deposit white - Taste mild, becoming faintly acrid within about 10 seconds, cuticle peeling relatively easy (>1/2), flesh grayish beneath cuticle. Spores subglobose to ellipsoid, ~ 7-9 x 5-6.5 μm, with scattered connections forming broken to partial reticula. Pleuro-and cheilocystidia abundant, fusiform to kind of mucronate, ~61-74 x 9-12 μm. Pileipellis a cutis with elements that are septate ~ 2.8-6 μm thick; pileocystidia long and slender with fusiform to subcapitate, or constricted tips; ochraceous-refractive in KOH.