Observation 72869: Cortinarius andersonii Patella
When: 2008-03-08
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: Herbarium specimen: UBC F16318: Spores 10-11(12) X (5.5)6um. Cap 4.5 cm, dark brown, young with whitish veil. Stipe whitish-fibrillose with pink tinge, bruising more pink at base. Veil distinct on stipe, stipe even or club-shaped to 4.5 cm X 1-1.3 cm at base.
GenBank#: FJ039539

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Emma Harrower’s comment to this posting (2015-02-08)
By: Oluna & Adolf Ceska (aceska@telus.net)
2015-02-08 08:32:18 PST (-0800)

Hi Adolf,

I don’t know what it is. Maybe it hasn’t been described. It is not Cortinarius leucopus because it is only 93% similar to a C. leucopus sequence from Innsbruck. Garbelotto published a C. vernus sequence from a herbarium in Venice and your sequence is only a 94% match, so I don’t think it’s C. vernus either. It seems to have some similarity from the undescribed species that occurs on Galiano Island, all the way down to California (Dimitar knows about it).


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