Notes: Caps on these were up to 15 cm across and seemed dry.
Spores were about 9.1-10.1 X 6.3-7.3 microns and fairly warted.
KOH on the cap turned darkish gray and on the flesh a somewhat lighter gray.
The stipe was covered with a layer of creamy fibers which looked a little like C. laniger but these spores were a little rounder and larger.
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it is a Telamonia for sure. Reminds ,me somewhat of C. laniger and allies, but those spores bother me – they’re just too wide.
Let me take a look at my archive and see if something pops up.
In the Spring I will put an illustrated series of Pages on Cortinarius of California with macro/micro morphology for reference. That way we’ll have something to match against quickly and synchronize our collections.D.
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