Cortinarius oregonensis

Cortinarius oregonensis is a relatively common mid to late-fall species in Washington state. Its pale cap with yellow disc, lilac young gills and viscidity should make it relatively easy to identify.

Cortinarius leucophanes

 Cortinarius leucophanes P. Karst., Meddelanden af Societas pro Fauna et Flora Fennica 6: 3 (1881) Description Cap 12-40 mm across, viscid, cream to white with yellow-ocher disc, slight grey to tan concentric pattern, cortina white, gills pallid, stipe: 23-56 mm long, 4-8 mm thick at apex, flesh off-white, becoming orange-brown, odor and taste indistinct, KOH... Continue Reading →

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