Observation 211859: Cortinarius marylandensis Ammirati & A.H. Sm.

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2 minutes after section; 4 hours after harvest, base of stem turns yellow
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water on left, KOH on right; purple=C. marylandensis, no change=C. cinnamoneus
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Spores in Phloxine
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Spores in KOH
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Spores in water

Proposed Names

-29% (1)
Used references: Roody p. 192
29% (1)
Used references: Bessette, Mush of NA., p.109-110
28% (1)
Recognized by sight: Looks like the basal mycelium may be yellow.

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That’s the main reason…
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2016-01-12 15:10:10 PST (-0800)

why I posted the harrisonii proposal, another viable alternative. This species has fruit bodies that are brilliant red when in prime condition, and conceivably, the ones in this observation may have been more vividly colored when younger.

Yellow mycelium
By: Martin Livezey (MLivezey)
2015-08-08 14:28:29 PDT (-0700)

may be indicated on the photos, but is not conspicuous on the dried specimens. I like the alternative names to C. marylandensis because this is not a red as some I have seen, but this was old and might be faded.

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