Observation 6914: Cortinarius trivialis J.E. Lange
When: 2008-02-23
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: I’ve been calling this C. collinitus group, from Arora, and I would like to get past the “group”, but not sure how really.
So, this year I was just start calling this C. collinitus, and go with that.

Dimitar has suggested that these are C. trivialis, which might be true. Looking at the web to see if there are other photos of this one, I would say it looks more like what I’ve been calling C. mucosus from the northern coast, which Dimi has another name for, which is probably better. And he calls C. mucosus another one that is in the mountains, which kinda looks more like C. trivialis.

But in anycase, I’ll go with calling this C. trivialis. But it would be good to get a better source on this, to understand the differences here.

Oh, one thing he suggests the gills when young should be blue. The nicest youngest one I found here, the gills are kinda lilac-grey, not really blue.

Anyway, more to figure out here I guess. But at least, getting past the “group” designation.

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