Notes: These two seem like odd Corinarius, since I’ve never seen corts with such long stipes. They were rooted deeply in thick moss on a boulder at the bottom of a wet ravine in a deep forest; CAP “lubricious” but not obviously slimy; FLESH whitish, unchanging; GILLS rusty, adnate, somewhat mottled; STIPE long, curved, enlarging gradually to base, solid; VEIL cortina; SPORE rusty brown (visible on cortina and on gill edge at 20x).
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