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about a new (for me) Cort species, C. boulderensis. Apparently, this one is similar to C. armillatus, except it is less robust and tends to lack the multiple annular ring zones.
This collection did not show the multiple annular zones as prominently as others I have observed. But here in PA, the combination of robust stature, bright orange ring zone(s), and association with native birch species lends a lot of confidence to an armillatus proposal.
I have occasionally wondered about the application of a name found in Phillips… C. caninus.
I remember C. boulderensis being very slim.
Cortinarius boulderensis as well. I forget how it differs from C. armillatus. I know it has salmon colored veil and is brownish.
Created: 2014-08-25 14:58:43 CEST (+0200)
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