Herbarium specimen: UBC F17181; GenBank: GQ159771
Originally described from CA where it is growing with evergreen oaks and tanoak:
Bojantchev D. & RM Davis. 2011. Cortinarius xanthodryophilus sp. nov. — a common Phlegmacium under oaks in California. Mycotaxon 116: 317–328.
This is the only record from outside California and the only one associated with a deciduous oak (Quercus garryana).
See also: http://www.ou.edu/cas/botany-micro/ben/ben444.html
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