Observation 83683: Cortinarius subgenus Phlegmacium (Fr.) Trog

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Recognized by sight: lovely two-toned cap.
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Recognized by sight: One of the many species in the glaucopus group in CA

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I used bulbopodium as a descriptor…
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2014-03-19 12:46:25 -03 (-0300)

since this court had a huge bulb. it was also viscid.

purple cap tones would be unusual for glaucopus group. I don’t really see any blue tones in the gills, either, other than a possible photo color transfer from that purple stipe. no blue at gill edges, and the transient gill color is not gray, either.

w/out a specimen, it’s all guesswork.

Had this been collected in May…
By: Drew Parker (mycotrope)
2014-03-18 23:34:27 -03 (-0300)

I would consider C. subolivascens, as the cap coloring looks spot on for that. But November is the most unlikely time. Also I don’t know if it ranges that far south.

Bulbipodium was swallowed by Phlegmacium long ago, so is no longer recognized as valid.

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