Observation 115194: Cortinarius obtusus group
When: 2012-09-09
(60.892° 68.6915° )
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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Spores

Proposed Names

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Recognized by sight: Pileus thin- to medium-fleshed, 2-4 (6) cm across, broadly convex, plano-convex, without or with low umbo, or small acute umbo, light brown, some with yellowish-brown disc (oac: 741, 747, 748, 768), hygrophanous from disc, fine fibrillose when young, later smooth, striate at the edge or more, depending of thickness. Stipe 10 cm (6-13) long, 5-10 mm thick, often enlarged at base (up to 2,5 cm), sometimes narrowing, evenly fibrillose, white (brownish when loosing fibrillose layer), tomentose at buried in sphagnum base. With KOH pileal trama not changes or weakly browned.
Used references: Synopsis to the pdf-version of the Funga Nordica key to Cortinarius.
Based on microscopic features: Spores ellipsoid, coarsely verrucose, 8,3(7,5-9,1)x5,1(4,7-5,6), Q1,62 (5 collections, 50 spores).

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