Cortinarius seidliae

Cortinarius seidliae Ammirati, Niskanen & Liimat. (2015)Discussion:Cortinarius seidliae is a relatively common species in the Pacific Northwest. It falls into Section Defibulati, along with Cortinarius vanduzerensis and C. mucifluus. Species in this section are medium to large with glutinous cap and stipe. Microscopy is important; they have large amygdaliform to citriform spores and no clamp... Continue Reading →

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