Notes: also in WU.
I first ID’d this as Cortinarius fraudulosus but altho it would fit well this species has a very striking feature that speaks against fraudulosus (and the following find is the same). After drying it turns serpentine-greenish-bluish!
I do not know any European species with that feature. Therefore I can but refrain from a proper name until further investigations and finds are made.
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