Cortinarius cinnamomeus, Cortinariaceae, Agaricales. (Паутинник коричный, коричневый, оранжево-коричневый).
Cap: 1.5-6cm, convex up to broadly convex with indistinct or blunted knob, margins curved in and sometimes skinny, color is orange-brown or dull yellowish-brown up to chocolate brown. Cap surface is smooth up to fine velvety when dry or some slimy in wet weather. Flesh is pinkish-white when young up to orange-brown or yellowish-brown when old.
Gills: attached and pinching out toward stalk, close to almost distant; moderately broad or broad with short intermediate gills, color from light brownish-yellow up to orange-brown.
Veil: partial veil hairy and whitish up to brownish-yellow (only at young mushrooms).
Stalk: 4-8cm long often with weak indistinct remnants of veil, 0.5-2cm thick, sometimes enlarged down, pinkish-white up to brownish-white, grayish-brown and hollow with aging.
Edibility: bad with caution, because similar kind with orange-brown stalk is poisonous, some authors marked it as good after long boiling.
Habitat: scattered as small group in pine-tree forest with some aspen and birches.
July – September.
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