Original Herbarium Label: Cortinarius callochrous (Pers.) Gray
Herbarium Specimen: UBC F23221

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By: webmaster (MO Webmaster)
2020-11-21 11:19:30 PST (-0800)

or some unknown reason, this our MO observations popped-up again
By: Oluna & Adolf Ceska ( 09:49:28 PST (-0800)

Does it make any sense to you?

It all starts with how you are (mis)using MO, as has been repeatedly explained, e.g.:

Cortinarius subgenus Phlegmacium (Fr.) Trog (439471) (Observation)
That is because
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)2020-11-21 01:44:37 PST (-0800)
When you suggested Cortinarius, instead of using the name “Cortinarius subgenus Phlegmacium”, you used “Cortinarius Phlegmacium”, where Phlegmacium was the author of Cortinarius. Since Phlegmacium didn’t create the genus Cortinarius, this was not a popular name proposal.

The names got merged so I was able to delete my name and vote for your correct proposal.

Phylloporus Quél. (235905) (Observation)
Thank you!
By: webmaster (MO Webmaster)2020-11-15 13:21:58 PST (-0800)

But using the collection number as an MO name is a misuse of the naming system. That’s why other users are proposing a taxon name for this Observation. You shouldn’t rely on collection-number style names.
If you want to track the collection number, you can — as you typically do — enter that number in the notes and then search the notes.

Phylloporus Quél. (235905) (Observation)
Misuse the system at your own risk
By: webmaster (MO Webmaster)2020-11-16 09:16:37 PST (-0800)
If you use MO in way that wasn’t intended by the code, you bear the risk of the results. For instance the site ID may be changed in a way you don’t like, or the Name itself may be changed, e.g., deprecated or corrected.

By: Douglas Smith (douglas)
2011-11-11 12:36:38 PST (-0800)

Looks like the wrong blue, and wrong cap color for C. calochrous. I’ve got some new photos of that from here, I’ll post at some point.

This cort
By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2011-11-11 12:16:21 PST (-0800)

looks like something around scaurus or glaucopus, not in the calochrous group.