Observation 122673: Cortinarius lilacinocolossus M.M. Moser
When: 2013-01-12

Notes: Had oak debris stuck to the cap.

KOH stains the cap, stipe and context immediately bright hi-lighter yellow.

The odor of the dried mushrooms is mild, like milk chocolate.

Spores minutely verrucose, inequilateral, elliptical to almond shaped. Spores measured were from the cortina. Micrographs are mounted in KOH.

Spore measurements:

10.4 [11.2 ; 11.5] 12.4 × 4.5 [5.8 ; 6.4] 7.7 µm
Q = 1.5 [1.8 ; 1.9] 2.2 ; N = 35 ; C = 95%
Me = 11.4 × 6.1 µm ; Qe = 1.9

12.21 5.64
10.93 5.90
11.87 6.18
11.94 6.08
11.67 5.98
11.77 6.27
11.72 6.36
10.89 6.32
11.29 6.23
11.87 6.27
11.80 6.37
11.57 6.07
11.40 6.01
11.40 10.45
10.45 5.46
10.71 5.83
12.29 5.94
11.45 6.17
12.02 5.76
11.32 6.47
10.84 6.19
11.27 5.69
11.80 5.50
11.61 5.51
11.14 5.65
10.89 5.92
11.28 6.13
11.06 6.34
10.66 6.05
10.58 6.23
10.41 5.72
10.78 5.95
11.21 5.65
11.92 5.61
11.88 5.95

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Spores 1000x

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Comments

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This is not C. lilacinocollosus.
By: Dimitar Bojantchev (dimitar)
2013-01-14 10:01:06 PST (-0800)

This one is not the C. lilacinocollosus.

C. balteatocumatilis gr.
By: Dimitar Bojantchev (dimitar)
2013-01-12 14:51:13 PST (-0800)

This one is a relative of C. balteatocumatilis. I have seqeunced two collections of this one from Santa Cruz and Sierra Nevada.

Alan, get me a coulpe of fruitbodies as this one if you canm as it will have to be described soon. I can always use additional material for herbarium deposit.

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