Notes: Found this both in the Hoh rainforest (photos 1-4) and east of Seattle, near Kirkland (photos 5-6).
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From a distance I though C. laniger too, but this reminds me of something in the general vicinity of Cortinarius traganus — we have this version that almost lacks any bluish colors. Adam, it is critical to take notes on the odor — I suspect this one smelled. A look at the spores could easily prove/disprove that hypothesis.D.
My first thought was something close to Cortinarius laniger or bivelus, but a closer look showed bluish gills, so they are out of the question. Sorry, but I can’t give any better help with this.
Oops, sorry about the last two, I’ve deleted them.
I really like the stately shape of this cort and thought maybe you or Dimitar would have an idea as to which kind it might be?
are not the same as the others, they show an Agaricus
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