Cortinarius mucosus (Bull.) J. Kickx f., Cortinariaceae, Agaricales. Local name: Паутинник слизистый Cap: 4-10cm convex up to flattened, margins curved under for young unit, colour from orange-yellow or brownish-orange up to ochre-brown with dying. It is slimy in wet weather and glossy when dry time. It looks as covered with 1-3mm thick glue. Gills: almost attached, close; colour from white or pinkish-white up to ochre-brown. Stalk: 6-12cm long, white and sticky when young, 1.5-2.5cm thick, enlarged down up, often has orange hairy ring under a cap margin and sometimes irregular dull orange-yellow scaly rings on the stalk. Veil: loose and white as cotton, then hairy and reddish (remnants) Edibility: good after boiling (published in Russian sites) Habitat: small groups in pine-tree forest with rare birches. Season: July - September.