Red Kuri Squash has greenish-bluish color on interior seed area

Red Kuri Squash from the greenmarket has greenish-bluish color inside on the WEB PART of the SEED area.
It does not smell and seeds are not slimy, but I have been storing the squash on the counter top about a week. The color is a little off putting (like blue cheese mold color)... Is this mold or is this normal? (google said greenish on FLESH area??) Should I have stored it in the refrigerator? thanks!!

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Renee Denise
Renee Denise October 21, 2016

Also, the squash was warm inside (stored on counter) when I cut it open

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Trena Heinrich
Trena Heinrich October 21, 2016

A green tint under the seeds is perfectly normal for that variety of squash.

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Renee Denise
Renee Denise October 21, 2016

Thanks Trena! I'm assuming you've seen what I'm describing around the seeds. I'll go ahead and cook with it :)

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