Notes: Glutinous viscid overall, soon dry. Purple colors. Specimen (REH 9209) on deposit in NY & BRI.
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got the “common” off the blue swami site. the guy must have a spot (judging from his wide photo seletion) and so, it’s “common” to him. it’s sure rare as all get out to me!
The only one I saw was a single specimen that someone brought in at the Fungi Map foray. It was one of the slimmest mushrooms that I’ve ever seen.
Australia does has lots of cool corts, like the green dermocybe Cortinarius austrovenetus or the WOW factor of flipping over a Cortinarius splendidus which has orange-red gills that are absolutely stunning.
Widespread in Australia and an icon for sure. The other Corts we saw on Fraser in early June are not as easily identifiable unfortunately.
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