Notes: see also at Cortinarius multiformis var. coniferarum from same place
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because I have no clue anymore what is a “real” turmalis. Of late I also heard that C. ochropallidus is re-named turmalis according whom you follow. Will post this turmalis in near future too.
Also C. corruscans is in here.
Indeed more than a mess. I hope someday this will be cleared. The DNA freaks what about them? But I guess they have not done much because no one knows which fungus to sequence :)
there are more than one species involved here, but the names sebaceus/turmalis/claricolor are a mess.
I have used the name turmalis for fasciculate collections both in spruce forests and pine heaths. I beleive that they are different species, but I have no proper name for the latter.
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