Cortinarius armillatus (Fr.) Fr.
Verbatim Date: 2013-08-22
United States, Pennsylvania, McConnell's Mill, PA, USA
40.952841 -80.17006 +-1638m.
This mushroom has a distinctive set of red bands around the lower stem. Also, Cortinarius all have a cobwebby partial veil that covers the gills at first, then leaves remnants on the cap and stem. The spore print is rusty brown. It's common name is Red-banded Cortinarius, and it grows on the ground under birch trees.
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Record Id: 1336941d-a497-4533-9521-86f4362caafe