Observation 93116: Cortinarius aurantiobasis Ammirati & A.H. Sm.
When: 2012-04-20
Herbarium specimen reported
0 Sequences

Notes:
These were growing under small pines at ~ 4000 Ft.
Caps were up to 5.3 cm across.
Could not get a spore print but the spores were ~ 7.9-10.0 X 5.1-6.5 microns and moderately to strongly rough. Q(ave.) = 1.47.
KOH on the cap was a dark reddish brown.
Cortinarius croceus is a good possibility but the spores seem a little too large & rough and maybe the coloring is a little too dark?
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I’m going with C. croceus as it seems to be considered the local current name for this common Dermocybe.

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Recognized by sight: It is possible this species is undescribed. This collection has orange gills while C. croceus usually has yellow gills.
Used references: Species descriptions of C. aurantiobasis and C. idahoensis.

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Emma, thanks for the suggestion.
By: Ron Pastorino (Ronpast)
2012-06-22 21:19:57 EDT (-0400)

Even without access to the description, I like it better than C. croceus.

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