Notes: Could be close to or matching CORTINARIUS CALOCHROUS VAR. CAROLI.
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Stop obsessing on variation and exactitude, call them Cortinarius calochrous.
And I get stuck with the calochrous-group as before but no exact match ;)
it’s in MycoBank, but not as a “current name”, neither in Indexfungorum..
but I remember someone told me it has a new name now. I cannot find it in newer literature too. But it is still in mycobank.
what happened with caroli..? I used to have an idea of a species with very blue gills, but I can’t see anyone recognising this form anymore.
The original description of caroli is available in České houby, but I can’t read it. It looks too short anyway to be diagnostic for this difficult group.
But exsiccatum is at Vienna University although still not looked at.
I would almost say it is this species. I can’t remember if I applied KOH to it for on this day I had found other Phlegmacium and was in a hurry. I am afraid this reaction only works on the living specimen?
Then again we have a specialist in Vienna and I think she will be come to a conclusion nevertheless.
under the name provencalis..? Grows with oak, beech and hazel. Hornbeam is not mentioned, but species with hornbeam often goes with hazel too.
No reaction or just a weak brown with KOH makes it differ from most of the others in the calochrous group.
Is this within the calochroi? What is the ecology of this species? In the Austrian database there is no such taxon.
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