Collection location: Fraser Experimental Forest, Grand Co., Colorado, USA [Click for map]
These had caps that were dry and somewhat hygrophanous.
The spores ranged from about 7.2-8.1 X5.3-5.6 microns and slightly rough.
KOH on all surfaces ranged from dark to blackish brown.
They seem to be similar to Cortinarius flexipes.
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This collections seems very close to the complex of species around Cortinarius biformis
These are exceedingly common in the PNW and the Rockies. I am awaiting my Telamonia molecular data to start getting a better sense of how things shape up.
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