Observation 115191: Cortinarius striaepilus J. Favre
When: 2012-09-01
(61.0599° 69.4611° )
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: Pine-dwarf shrubs – sphagnum communities of ombrotrophic bog, at hummocks and in depressions, among common sphagna and plants. Related trees: Pinus sylivestris, P. sibirica.

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Basidioma in field
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Basidioma in field
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Basidioma in field
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Basidioma in field
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Basidioma in field
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Basidioma near scale
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Basidioma near scale
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Basidioma near scale
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Pileal surface
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Spores

Proposed Names

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Eyes3
Recognized by sight: Pileus 2-3 cm across, umbonate (also convex, obtuse-conical, expanding to plane with umbo), thin-fleshed, striate for ½ or to umbo, smooth or with fine fibrillose cover (silky), hydrophanous from edge, reddish-brown in centre, lighter at the edge (oac: 636, 637, 733). Lamellae emarginate. Stipe up to 9 cm long, 3-5 mm thick, some enlarged at base (up to 6 mm), evenly fibrillose all over, becoming brownish after loosing outer fibrillose layer. With KOH pileal trama becoming dark brown.
Used references: Synopsis to the pdf-version of the Funga Nordica key to Cortinarius.
Based on microscopic features: Spores ellipsoid, coarsely verrucose, 9,2(8,6-10,2)x5,3(4,9-5,7), Q1,75 (5 collections, 50 spores).

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