Name: Cortinarius semisanguineus
Author: (Fr.) Gill.
Citation: Hyménomycètes (Alençon): 484 (1876) 
Deprecated Synonyms: Dermocybe semisanguinea
Cap width 1 to 2 in (2.5 cm to 5 cm)Bell shaped to convex or nearly flat usually with an umbo, ochraceous yellow to cinnamon brown paler toward the margin surface; smooth fibrillose silky rarely breaking up into fine scales
Flesh yellowish white to ochraceous, odor not distinctive, taste mild or bitter
Gills Adnate to notched crowded rusty red to blood red.
Stalk length 1 to 2 1/2 in 2.5 to 6.5 cm more or less equal pale yellow to tawny surface fibrillose partial veil (cortina) sometimes leaving an evanescent web like ring zone on the upper stalk.
Spores 6 to 8 × 3 to 4.5 microns elliptical surface minutely roughened pale brown non amyloid. Spore print is a rusty brown;