Cortinarius Turmalis, Fries
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This print comes form the book, "Report of the Microscopist, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1892".
"Cortinarius turmalis is a basidiomycete fungus belonging to the class of Agaricomycetes . 1 It has aviscous hat of gray clay off and a foot without bulb . Its hat of 3-8 cm indiameter is initially planiconvexo of ocher color that goes pale as we approach the extremes. Its blades are low cut, tightly cream colored. Its foot of 3 to 8 centimeters of height and of more or less 2 cm of thickness is cylindrical without bulb although with curtain in young species. The fungus lives in groups in forests of conifers in summer - autumn . Its edibility is good." - Wikipedia
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