Observation 5125: Cortinarius glaucopus (Schaeff.) Fr.
When: 2007-11-22
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Pileus: olive green, not viscid.
Gills: Notched, greenish gray, thin, close.
Stipe: Abruptly bulbous, lavender at apex, yellowish below.
Arora describes a C. scaurus group that this might fit into. Associated with Douglas fir, bay and oak.
I agree with Joshua that C.glaucopus group is a better fit for this. I didn’t get any good shots of the pileus. I’ve added a closeup of the best representation of the pileus that I got. It does appear streaked and possibly fibrillose.

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maybe glacopus grp…
By: Joshua Birkebak (Shua)
2007-11-24 03:38:25 CET (+0100)

I might look into the glacopus grp. especially glacocephalus… scarus usually has much stronger yellow colors. Does the pileus have innate and slight fibrils or streaks?

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