Lepista saeva (Fr.) Orton syn. Tricholoma saevum (Fr.) Gillet syn. Rhodopaxillus saevus (Fr.) Maire syn. Tricholoma personatum (Fr. ex Fr.) Kummer of British authors Zweifarbener Rötelritterling Pied violet, Rhodopaxille siniste Field Blewit, Blue-leg. Cap 6–10cm across, convex then flattened or depressed, often wavy at the margin, pallid to dirty brown. Stem 30–60´15–25mm, often swollen at the base, bluish-lilac, fibrillose. Flesh thick, whitish to flesh-coloured. Taste and smell strongly perfumed. Gills crowded, whitish to flesh-coloured. Spore print pale pink. Spores elliptic, minutely spiny, 7–8´4–5m. Habitat often in rings, in pastureland. Season autumn to early winter. Frequent. Edible – excellent. Distribution, America and Europe.