Observation 4028: Limacella glischra (Morgan) Murrill
When: 2007-09-03
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: Unidentified – Not a whole lot to go on. Attractive, small,very viscous,resinous consistency. Odor – non distinctive. Fruiting on decomposed wood. 3 cm tall. cap 1 cm wide. Attempting spore print. Gills attached, close, white.

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Agree Cortinarius, disagree C. collinitus
By: Nathan Wilson (nathan)
2007-09-10 16:19:27 CEST (+0200)

Assuming it has the right spore color, Cortinarius sp. seems very likely.


However, a primary characteristic of C. collinitus (and that general ‘group’) are bands of material on the stipe. See:


Cortinarius collinitus (Pers.) Fr.
Cortinarius collinitus group

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