Cortinarius olsoniae

Cortinarius olsoniae is in Subgenus Telamonia Section Bicolores. This species was named for Joann Olson, a Cortinarius enthusiast from Humboldt County, California, who first collected this species. It was given the provisional name of Cortinarius 'winter blues' in Mushrooms of the Redwood Coast (2016)

Cortinarius boulderensis

Cortinarius boulderensis (Cortinarius boulderensis A.H. Sm., Lloydia 7 (3): 206 (1944) [MB#285705] Discussion:Cortinarius boulderensis is a small and slender mushroom, notable for its vinaceous brown tones and bright cinnamon-orange annular band. It is in Section Telamonia. Placement in Telamonia sensu strictu by Soop, Dima, Cooper et al. "A Phylogenetic approach to a global supraspecific taxonomy... Continue Reading →

Cortinarius bivelus

Cortinarius bivelus (Fr.) Fr., Epicrisis Systematis Mycologici: 292 (1838) Location: Crescent Lake Trail, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska Habitat: Growing under birch with aspen and spruce nearby. Collection Date: 27th August, 2014Collector: Noah SiegelCollection Reference: AKFF-116-14 Description:Pileus: Beige to light brown streaked. Gills: clay to warm-tan colored. Cortina: thick white partial veil. Taste/Odor: no odor, sweet taste. ITS:This... Continue Reading →

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