Notes: These were growing along side the Cortinarius callimorphus @ ~ 4250 ft.
Caps up to 8.5 cm across.
Spores ~ 11.0-13.0 X 6.9-8.2 microns, citriform and moderately verrucose.
Did not see any color change with KOH on the cap.
No distinctive odor.
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I know that species well Ron. It starts off as a beautiful lilac-pink, goes into light blue and brown at age — this one has large spores, as you’ve shown — it is a very close relative to C. pseudoglaucopus, which has much more pale coloration.
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