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according to Fungi Nordica. The stipe bands are there. The cap color is dark but it had been raining a lot. The young gills can be violaceus or not. I usually see it under aspen. These were with birch and hemlock. The photos from the Quebec site show a paler yellowish to orangish brown cap color.
http://www.mycoquebec.org/... trivialis/ Cortinaire graisseux&tag=Cortinarius trivialis&gro=16
But I didn’t see it in person, either.
Not to mention, the ones we see out here that go by this name also have purple tones to the gills when young, and more olive in the cap.
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