stain blue

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  • All parts of the fruit body stain blue when cut or injured.
  • All parts of the fruit body will quickly stain blue when injured or touched.
  • He came back later and stood next to Pac-Man, with his lips stained blue.
  • These are stained blue by the mud in which they live.
  • All parts of the mushroom quickly stain blue when injured or cut.
  • It usually stains blue or black in age.
  • This species does not stain blue and therefore probably does not contain hallucinogenic compounds.
  • All parts of the mushroom will quickly stain blue when cut, bruised, or otherwise injured.
  • All parts of the fruit body stain blue if bruised or handled.
  • Its flesh instantly stains blue when cut, but slowly fades to white.
  • Under her light shawl her hand felt for and held the locket which contained the blood-stained blue ribbon. Cited from Mary Gray, by Katharine Tynan
  • It is the same color as the cap, and stains blue when bruised.
  • All parts of the mushroom stain blue to bluish black when injured.
  • Like several other red-pored boletes, it stains blue when bruised or cut.
  • The pale yellow flesh stains blue when broken, the discolouration spreading out from the damaged area.
  • The tubes are initially yellow in immature specimens, soon becoming bright red, and stain blue when damaged.
  • The flesh may stain blue where it has been cut or otherwise injured, although this reaction is slow to develop, or may not occur at all.
  • The flesh is whitish, but like most psilocybin-containing species, stains blue when injured.
  • The pale yellow flesh stains blue when broken or bruised.
  • Myelin sheath will be stained blue, but other structures will be stained as well.
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