Observation 191795: Hebeloma sinapizans group
When: 2014-12-04
No herbarium specimen

Notes: This is very similar to the unnamed species, Cortinarius species 01, which is found in the southeast and is similar to C. provignnoides.

Cortinarius species 01

These were numerous of these growing on a low ridge thick with many oak species including Blackjack Oak and Chinkapin.

There appeared to be netting or cobweb like material on the cap, probably remnants of the cortina.

There was no liquid when the caps or stems were broken. The “close” gills were darkening with medium reddish brown spore. The maximum cap size was about 3 – 3.5 inches across. The gills were joined to the stalk with a shallow notch, sinuate.

Stem – white covered with rusty netting with a swollen bulb. See photos. Stem was 3 inches long. Shallowly rooted with white mycelium.

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Proposed Names

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Recognized by sight: cf sinapizans
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Based on microscopic features: spore shape, size, surface features match

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Created: 2014-12-05 01:47:03 CST (-0500)
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