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It was definitely a little fruity, but I don’t know how to describe it beyond that.
It differs from that description at least in being much larger (7 × 14 cm) and having an apparently tapering stipe.
I am curious, because the odor for Cortinarius luteoarmillatus in Arora’s MDM (now albofragrans) is described in many ways. I thought that the material that I smelled this past weekend at the FFSC Fair smelled a bit like papaya, or at least fruity, with a hint of toilet bowl cleaner.
Too bad that we can’t hyphenate this one, because both latin names are quite descriptive: one describes the slimy yellow bands along the stipe, the other the whitish quality and odor.
Here’s a photo of the true C. luteoarmillatus from Yves Lamoureux, a talented mycologist from Quebec:
The mushroom that I saw had all of those features, odor, yellow bands, white cap.
a mushroom Noah Siegel called C. albofragrans.
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