Cortinarius rufolatus / Phlegmacium rufolatum

Cortinarius rufolatus Mo├źnne-Locc., Atlas des Cortinaires 8: 297 (1996) [MB#446305] Collected at Crater Lake, Cordova, AK. 2021 Notes: KOH eyllow on flesh, cap and stipe, turning slowly orange. Odor was slightly fruity Sequence Holotype: KF732415 >SDA909 Phlegmacium rufolatumAAGGATCATTATTGAAATAAATCTGATGAGTTGTTGCTGGTTCTCTAGGGAGCATGTGCACGCTTGTCATCTTTATATCTCCACCTGTGCACCTTTTGTAGACCTGGATCTCTCTCTGAATGCTAGCCATTCGGGATTGAGGATTTGACTTTACCAGTCTCTCCTTACATTTCCAGGCCTATGTTTCTTCATATAACCCAATGTATGTCGTAGAATGTAATCAATGGCCTTTGTGCCTATAAACCTATACAACTTTCAGCAACGGATCTCTTGGCTCTCGCATCGATGAAGAACGCAGCGAAATGCGATAAGTAATGTGAATTGCAGAATTCAGTGAATCATCGAATCTTTGAACGCACCTTGCGCTCCTTGGTATTCCGAGGAGCATGCCTGTTTGAGTGTCATTAATATATCAACCTCTTCAGCTTTTGTTCGTTGAGTGTTGGATGTGGGGGTCATTTTTTGCTGGTCTTCTCAGGTCAGCTCCCCTGAAATACATTAGCGGAACAATTTGTGGACCGTTCATTGGTGTGATAACTATCTACGCTATTGACGTGAAGCAGGTTCAGCTTCTAACAGTCCATTGACTTGGACAAAAATTTTTATTAATGTGACCTCAAATCAGGTAGGACTACCCGCTGAACTTAA

Cortinarius subsulfurinus

Cortinarius subsulfurinus Ammirati, Dima, Liimat., Nisikanen & Garnica, Index Fungorum 252: 1 (2015) Cortinarius subsulfurinus is one of several yellow-green Phlegmaciod species which occur in the Pacific Northwest. It is in section Calochroi. The name refers to it's close relationship to Cortinarius sulfurinus, a species described from Europe and not known to occur here. Description... Continue Reading →

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