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This looks like a Phlegmacium in the Glaucopodes section, and is certainly an undescribed taxon. It is probably not a true Glaucopodes, though, as the section has never been encountered in the Sth Hemisphere. It may be the same as I have once found (under N-fagus), and given the working name Cortinarius trichocarpus. The spores are, in that case up to 12 µm long.
Found in Kunzea ericoides forest on soil amongst leaf litter, the fruit bodies here are dry to slightly viscid in wet conditions, I will make fresh collections of this species this coming season.
This species has an unusual pileus shape that is consistent in every mature specimen, I have added an image showing this unusual form.
Created: 2010-06-15 02:05:01 CDT (-0400)
Last modified: 2010-06-15 02:05:02 CDT (-0400)
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