Observation 144558: Cortinarius (Pers.) Gray
When: 2013-08-30
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Notes:
Cortinarius sp. with bulbous base, found in woods dominated by Beech, Hemlock with some Oaks nearby. Very pale when young buttons, later turning tan/brown when mature/old. Gills purple when young, then turning brownish with age. Pronounced webbing when buttons are opening. 5% KOH on mature caps darkens the brown color. Spores have the typical Cortinarius-type rough surface and the spore print is cinnamon brown. Compare with http://mushroomobserver.org/144465 and http://mushroomobserver.org/144298 , which are likely the same.

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Based on microscopic features: Spores have the typical Cortinarius-type rough surface and the spore print is cinnamon brown.

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Yours look …
By: Linas Kudzma (baravykas)
2013-11-06 13:29:35 PST (-0800)
… very similar to mine. I have no immediate plans to sequence this because I have so many Inocybes and Entolomas planned. If I start getting serious about Corts, I’ll be stretched too thin.
Linas
By: Martin Livezey (MLivezey)
2013-11-06 09:22:58 PST (-0800)

I am interested to hear your comment on this species. This seems to be what passes for C. alboviolaceus here in the east, but what I have seen in the west is clearly different. Did you happen to sequence this?

Greenbelt, MD: http://mushroomobserver.org/85505?q=1bvnD

Ft. Bragg, CA: http://mushroomobserver.org/63439?q=1bvnD

Rockville, MD: http://mushroomobserver.org/90512?q=1bvnD

Created: 2013-09-03 14:06:40 PDT (-0700)
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