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Phylogenetic relationships in Cortinarius, section Calochroi, inferred from nuclear DNA sequences. (1/4)

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Cortinarius sect. Armillati in northern Europe. (2/4)

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Tracking the evolutionary history of Cortinarius species in section Calochroi, with transoceanic disjunct distributions. (3/4)

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Cortinarius sanguineus and equally red species in Europe with an emphasis on northern European material. (4/4)

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*Cortinarius

Some are even lethal, such as Cortinarius rubellus and Cortinarius orellanus. Therefore, a common rule when it comes to ... However, some species-notably the giant of the genus, Cortinarius praestans and the gypsy mushroom (Cortinarius caperatus)-are ... Cortinarius in Index Fungorum Media related to Cortinarius at Wikimedia Commons. ... The toxin in Cortinarius species, orellanine is easy to detect because it is fluorescent. It has been found in at least 34 ...

*Cortinarius quarciticus

... is an agaric fungus of the genus Cortinarius found in Europe. It was described as new to science in ... Fungi portal List of Cortinarius species Brandrud TE, Lindström H, Marklund H, Melot J, Muskos S (1994). Cortinarius. Flora ...

*Cortinarius vanduzerensis

The species had also been called Cortinarius elatior, but that name refers to a European species. Within the genus Cortinarius ... Cortinarius vanduzerensis is a species of mushroom in the family Cortinariaceae. Described as new to science in 1972, it is ... Cortinarius vanduzerensis is a mycorrhizal mushroom that grows in association with conifer trees. The fruit bodies grow ... A common name for the species is the "pointed Cortinarius", while the specific epithet vanduzerensis refers to the H.B. van ...

*Cortinarius microarcheri

... is a basidiomycete fungus of the genus Cortinarius native to South and Western Australia, where it ... Fungi portal List of Cortinarius species Horak E, Wood AE (1990). "Cortinarius Fr. (Agaricales) in Australasia. 1. Subgen. ...

*Cortinarius archeri

The edibility of Cortinarius archeri is unknown. Cortinarius is a large and potentially confusing genus with a number of ... Cortinarius archeri is a species of mushroom in the genus Cortinarius native to Australia. The distinctive mushrooms have ... Within the genus, Cortinarius archeri belongs to the subgenus Myxacium, whose mushroom caps and stipes are covered with a layer ... Moser and Horak made it the type species of Cortinarius (Myx.) section Archeriani in 1975. In 1990, Egon Horak placed it in ...

*Cortinarius sublargus

List of Cortinarius species "Cortinarius sublargus Cleland 1928". MycoBank. International Mycological Association. Retrieved 12 ... ISBN 1-876473-51-7. "Cortinarius sublargus". Fungimap. Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne. Retrieved 14 June 2016. Cortinarius ... Cortinarius sublargus is a species of fungus in the family Cortinariaceae native to Australia. It was described in 1928 by John ... Cleland also described Cortinarius radicatus in 1933 from material collected in Willunga Hill, Waitpinga, Mount Lofty, Mount ...

*Cortinarius indigoverus

... is a basidiomycete fungus of the genus Cortinarius native to New Guinea, where it grows under ... Fungi portal List of Cortinarius species Horak E, Wood AE (1990). "Cortinarius Fr. (Agaricales) in Australasia. 1. Subgen. ...

*Cortinarius cupreorufus

... is a species of fungus native to Europe. Brandrud, T.-E. (2015). "Cortinarius cupreorufus". The IUCN ...

*Cortinarius rotundisporus

... , also known as the elegant blue webcap, is a basidiomycete mushroom of the genus Cortinarius found in ... Cortinarius rotundisporus was initially described by naturalists John Burton Cleland and Edwin Cheel in 1918. It is a member of ... Fungi portal List of Cortinarius species Cleland JB (1976) [1935]. Toadstools and mushrooms and other larger fungi of South ... ISBN 1-875560-80-7. Cleland, J.B.; Cheel, E. "Cortinarius rotundisporus". Archived from the original on October 6, 2008. ...

*Cortinarius osloensis

... is a species of fungus native to Norway. Castellano, M. (2015). "Cortinarius osloensis". IUCN Red List of ...

*Cortinarius erythraeus

... is a basidiomycete fungus of the genus Cortinarius native to Australia. English botanist Miles Joseph ... Fungi portal List of Cortinarius species Horak E, Wood AE (1990). "Cortinarius Fr. (Agaricales) in Australasia. 1. Subgen. ... Cortinarius erythraeus grows with marri (Corymbia calophylla), wandoo (Eucalyptus wandoo), and jarrah (E. marginata) in Western ... The species name is derived from the Ancient Greek word erythros "red". John Burton Cleland described Cortinarius ruber in 1928 ...

*Cortinarius glaucopus

... , commonly known as the blue-foot webcap, is a basidiomycete mushroom of the genus Cortinarius native to ... Fungi portal List of Cortinarius species "Cortinarius glaucopus (Schaeff.) Fr". Index Fungorum. CAB International. Retrieved 31 ... Cortinarius glaucopus is found in Western North America (both the United States and Canada), and is common in the Rocky ... Within the genus Cortinarius, it is classified in the subgenus Phlegmacium and section Glaucopodes. A 2014 genetic study ...

*Cortinarius salor

... is a basidiomycete fungus of the genus Cortinarius native to Europe and Asia, spreading as far east as Japan ... Fungi portal List of Cortinarius species Horak E, Wood AE (1990). "Cortinarius Fr. (Agaricales) in Australasia. 1. Subgen. ...

*Cortinarius pavelekii

... is a species of fungus native to the Pacific Northwest of North America. Castellano, M. (2015). " ... "Cortinarius pavelekii". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. 2015: e.T75101587A75101592. doi:10.2305/IUCN.UK.2015-4. ...

*Cortinarius cucumeris

... is a basidiomycete fungus of the genus Cortinarius native to New Zealand, where it grows under Nothofagus ... Fungi portal List of Cortinarius species Horak E, Wood AE (1990). "Cortinarius Fr. (Agaricales) in Australasia. 1. Subgen. ... Cortinarius cucumeris has been recorded on both North and South Island in New Zealand. Fruit bodies appear from December to ...

*Cortinarius infractus

... , commonly known as the sooty-olive Cortinarius or the bitter webcap, is an inedible basidiomycete ... Fungi portal List of Cortinarius species "Cortinarius infractus Berk". Species Fungorum. CAB International. Retrieved 2010-08- ... Cortinarius infractus var. flavus differs from the typical variety in its cap, which reaches up to 8 cm (3.1 in) with a yellow- ... Cortinarius immixtus somewhat resembles C. infractus, but has brighter-colored young gills (ranging from yellowish to olive to ...

*Cortinarius iodes

"Cortinarius iodes versus Cortinarius heliotropicus". Mycotaxon. 20 (2): 461-71. "Cortinarius iodes Berk. & M.A. Curtis 1853". ... The "pungent cort" (Cortinarius traganus) has a dry, light purple cap and stem and a bad odor. Two other widespread Cortinarius ... A non-Cortinarius lookalike, Inocybe lilacina, has a dry, silky cap that features a prominent umbo. Cortinarius iodes forms ... Cortinarius iodes, commonly known as the spotted cort or the viscid violet cort, is a species of agaric fungus in the family ...

*Cortinarius flexipes

... is a fungus, specifically a mushroom, a small brown species in the genus Cortinarius. It is commonly known ... Cortinarius paleaceus (Weinm.) Fr. and Cortinarius paleiferus Svrek (sometimes written C. paleifer) have commonly been ... Cortinarius flexipes cap is up to 3 centimetres (1.2 in). It is dark brown but becoming pale fawn on drying, with white hair- ... Fruitbodies have the smell of Pelargonium (household geranium). Fungi portal List of Cortinarius species Courtecuisse, R. & ...

*Cortinarius gentilis

... is a deadly fungus of the genus Cortinarius, normally found in North America and Europe. In a study in ... Cortinarius speciosissimus and Cortinarius gentilis on the rat kidney". Zeitschrift für Naturforschung C. 30 (5): 668-71. PMID ... Phillips R. "Cortinarius gentilis". Rogers Mushrooms. Möttönen, M; Nieminen, L; Heikkilä, H (Sep-Oct 1975). "Damage caused by ... Schumacher, Trond; Klaus Høiland (June 1983). "Mushroom poisoning caused by species of the genus Cortinarius fries". Archives ...

*Cortinarius anisochrous

List of Cortinarius species Niskanen T, Kytövuori I, Liimatainen K, Lindström H (2013). "The species of Cortinarius, section ... Cortinarius anisochrous is an agaric fungus in the family Cortinariaceae. Described as new to science in 2013, it is found in ...

*Cortinarius smithii

... is an agaric fungus of the genus Cortinarius. Originally named Cortinarius phoeniceus var. occidentalis by ... Fungi portal List of Cortinarius species Niskanen T, Liimatainen K. (2012). "Cortinarius section Sanguinei in North America". ... 1939). "Studies in the Genus Cortinarius. I". Contributions from the University of Michigan Herbarium. 2: 5-42 (see p. 30). ... after molecular analysis revealed that it was genetically different from Cortinarius phoeniceus. It is found in North America. ...

*Cortinarius armillatus

... , commonly known as the red-banded cortinarius, is a late summer and autumn (as late as in October) ... Cortinarius armillatus in MycoBank. Shao D, Tang S, Healy RA, Imerman PM, Schrunk DE, Rumbeiha WK (2016). "A novel orellanine ... Cortinarius armillatus in Index Fungorum E. Garnweidner. Mushrooms and Toadstools of Britain and Europe. Collins. 1994. ... containing mushroom Cortinarius armillatus". Toxicon. 114: 65-74. doi:10.1016/j.toxicon.2016.02.010. PMID 26915341. ...

*Cortinarius hesleri

List of Cortinarius species Ammirati JF, Hughes KW, Liimatainen K, Niskanen T, Matheny PB (2013). "Cortinarius hesleri from ... Cortinarius hesleri is an agaric fungus in the family Cortinariaceae. Officially described in 2013, it is found in eastern ...

*Cortinarius mucosus

... , commonly known as the orange webcap or the slimy cortinarius, is a species of mushroom in the family ... Like all species in the genus Cortinarius, young specimens have a cortina, a cobweb-like annulus that protects the developing ... Due to the prevalence of toxins in the Cortinarius genus, and the difficulty of positively identifying specimens to species ... Fungi portal List of Cortinarius species Several photos of fruiting bodies and spores[permanent dead link] Photos and ...

*Cortinarius purpurascens

... , also known as the bruising webcap, is a basidiomycete mushroom of the genus Cortinarius. The fruit ... Fungi portal List of Cortinarius species "Cortinarius purpurascens Fr". Species Fungorum. CAB International. Retrieved 2010-08- ... He later transferred it to the genus Cortinarius in 1838. The species was also placed in the segregate genus Phlegmacium by ... The fruit bodies of Cortinarius purpurascens grow in groups in coniferous forests, mainly on more acid soils and are quite rare ...
Cortinarius violaceus, commonly known as the violet webcap or violet cort, is a fungus in the webcap genus Cortinarius native across the Northern Hemisphere. The fruit bodies are dark purple mushrooms with caps up to 15 cm (6 in) across, sporting gills underneath. The stalk measures 6 to 12 centimetres (2 1⁄3 to 4 2⁄3 in) by 1 to 2 centimetres (3⁄8 to 3⁄4 in), sometimes with a thicker base. The dark flesh has a smell reminiscent of cedar wood. Forming symbiotic (mycorrhizal) relationships with the roots of various plant species, C. violaceus is found predominantly in conifer forests in North America and deciduous forests in Europe. Though they are edible, the appearance of these mushrooms is more distinctive than their taste. The species was first described by Carl Linnaeus in 1753, and has undergone several name changes. It is the type species of the genus Cortinarius, but is readily distinguished from other species in the genus by its dark colouration and distinct cystidia. There are ...
Recently Garnica & Ammirati described two new members of the Cortinarius elegantior clade from Western North America - Cortinarius elegantio-occidentalis and Cortinarius elegantio-montanus. The collection here is a slightly different genotype. There is also another member of that clade from the southern Sierra Nevada.. This collection is not particularly revealing as it is overaged, but the reddish reaction to KOH at the base of the stipe is quite typical for this group.. Collection: DBB45675 ...
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Frøslev, Tobias Guldberg & Thomas Stjernegaard Jeppesen. Three new species of Cortinarius subgenus Phlegmacium. Mycotaxon 106: 469-477. 2008. ABSTRACT: Based on morphological and molecular phylogenetic studies we present three new species in Cortinarius. Species descriptions are provided, along with discussions of phylogenetic and morphological affinities to similar taxa. Cortinarius majoranae, Cortinarius aquilanus and Cortinarius lepistoides spp. nov. are described. The first taxon is placed in section Percomes, whereas the last two belong to section Caerulescentes. KEYWORDS: taxonomy, phylogenetic relationships, European distribution ...
The genus Cortinarius is chiefly distinguished from the other genera of the ochre-spored agarics by the presence of a spider-weblike (arachnoid) veil which is separate from the cuticle of the pileus, ...
Cortinarius cumatilis posliiniseitikki porslinsbl spindling galambk k p kh l sgomba Wavy Webcap pavučinovec modrofialov pavučinec modrolil kv praktsl rsopp Cortinaire bleu violet Taubenblauer ...
Garnica, S. et al. 2005: A framework for a phylogenetic classification in the genus Cortinarius (Basidiomycota, Agaricales) derived from morphological and molecular data. Canadian journal of botany, 83: 1457-1477. doi: 10.1139/b05-107 reference page ...
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Some fungi had to be taken home for further microscopic examination although we were lucky to have Brian Cockerill from Scarborough Naturalists and Melanie Earle with us so many specimens were identified in situ.. One of the highlights for me was finding several Surprising Webcaps - Cortinarius semisanguineus. This is found on damp mossy ground under conifers, particularly Spruce, and sometimes Birch. It has a fairly ordinary pale slightly yellowish brown cap, so when you turn it over and see it has blood red gills, it really IS surprising. The genus Cortinarius has rust coloured spores and a weblike veil (called a Cortina), joining the cap to the stipe in young specimens, and often all you see of this is a rusty smear at the top of the stem where the spores have got caught on the ripped Cortina. It is notoriously difficult to identify Cortinarius species so it is really nice to find one,at least, that is unmistakeable in the field. ...
Daniel B. Wheeler wrote: , Jerry C ,ja_cooper at hotmail.com, wrote in message , news:,SQn2a.83138$F63.1701274 at news.xtra.co.nz,... snip... ,, All Tremella spp., sensu stricto, are parasites on other ,, fungi (even if it isnt obvious). In the case of T. mesenterica in ,, Britain the host is corticioid. ,, ,, Jerry Cooper ,, , Thanks for posting Jerry. , , I followed your reply all the way thru until the last word. , Corticioid. Never heard of it. It seems to be a reference to , Cortinarius? If so, thats the first time Ive ever heard of a , Cortinarius sps. growing on either Douglas-fir stumps or logs: the , typical location of where I find T. messenterica. I dont believe Ive , ever found it growing as a parasite on a Cortinarius mushroom. , , So...Im guessing this is another word Im going to have to learn. , Someone feel like enlightening me? , Corticioid will be of the family Corticiacae, which are the resupinate crust-like fungi usually found growing on wood. It is a fairly big ...
nice to see ya, I thought at first this to be C. luteus but I have found it in the past and I do not remember the awful smell. It would seem that that would be a characteristic mark of this species that would be mentioned in field guides. I have made another observation on here but im not sure that is C. luteus because of the swollen base, http://mushroomobserver.org/31923 The spore print to me appears orange like a Gymnopilus but I know color can be an interpretation thing. Michale Kou on mushroomexpert.com mentions the smell of Hebalomas and that some species have lemon shaped spores. The spores in the micro shot appear lemon shaped to me but once again that can be interpretation. C. luteus do have subglobose spores. Have you collected this with any frequency ? Can you recall the smell. I just took another wiff and smells like earthworms in a plastic container that have been left out in the sun for the day. really bad. ...
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Fungus systematics and ecology with emphasis on mushrooms and related fungi. Our studies range from taxonomic and phylogenetic studies of genera to species diversity and richness in forest, alpine and arctic ecosytems. We examine species distributions over broad geographical ranges and across plant communities, and evaluate the temporal and spatial patterns of species in a variety of habitats. A main focus has been ectomycorrhizal fungi, especially agarics, for example, the large mushroom genus Cortinarius, in conifer forests of the Pacific Northwest. We work to better define species concepts in these fungi and to solve patterns of distribution and speciation in relation to vegetation, host specificity and edaphic factors, such as soil pH.. ...
dwheeler at ipns.com (Daniel B. Wheeler) wrote in message news:,6dafee1b.0210051944.51ec52bb at posting.google.com,... , Fungi fd. 5 Oct. 2002 at Little Crater Lake Area and Pacific Crest , Trail, Clackamas County, Oregon , , Cortinarius abruptibulbous , Bondarzewia montana , Neolentinus lepidius , Cantharellus formosus , Russula nigricans , Tricholoma pessundatum , Russula cascadensis , Radiigeria atrogleba (?) , Gomphidius glutinosus , Sparassis radicata , Russula alutacea , Phaeolus swinitzii (sp) , Gyromitra esculenta , Cortinarius multiformis , Ganoderma applanatum , Gomphidius subroseus , Suillus luteus , Clavaria sps. (bright yellow) , Clavaria botrytis , Agaricus subrutilescens , Hypholoma fasiculare , Gomphus floccosus , Albatrellus flettii , Russula brevipes , Lacterius deceptivus , Amanita muscaria var. muscarina , Amanita muscaria var. formosa? (yellow variety) , Russula aeruginea , Lacterius deliciosus , Fuscoboletus ochraceoroseus , Martellia sps., possible M. brunnescens , Unknown ...
The dual origin hypothesis predicts that older lineages should be ancestrally associated with Pinaceae and younger lineages with angiosperms. A prerequisite to investigate this prediction using ancestral state reconstruction is that plant association is dependent on evolutionary history [66]. Randomization tests and comparison of phylogenetic and non-phylogenetic models were used to investigate if fungal ECM plant association at the level of angiosperm, Pinaceae or generalist association is correlated with the phylogeny. The randomization test only supported that plant association is conserved in Cortinarius, Hygrophorus and Inocybaceae (table 1). However, the comparisons of phylogenetic and non-phylogenetic models also show positive support (difference in 2 × log BF , 2) for evolutionarily conserved plant associations in Amanita and Hebelomateae. Three of the five lineages where the plant association was not indicated as evolutionarily conserved have a very low variation in host association. ...
Justin Smith [email protected] Worcestershire Naturalists Society (WNS) organised fungus forays at Monk Woods Nature Reserve in October 2010, and earlier in the decade, in October 2004. The site is a well known butterfly reserve, but has been well known to the WNS as both a botanically-rich and mycologically-rich site; certainly Carleton Rea recorded there regularly over 100 years ago. Rea recorded common species such as Lactarius pyrogalus, Russula nigricans and Amanita citrina and also unusual species such as Cortinarius acutus and Asterophora parasitica (on Russula nigricans) which all turned up on the 2010 foray. Incidentally, Rea regarded Asterophora parasitica (as Nyctalis parasitica) as common, though it is now a species that has to be searched for even if the host is common. The 2010 foray turned up 110 species, an excellent figure for a public even. I remember leading forays in the early-mid 1980s, and this figure was the norm for many good sites; the average for a diverse ...
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ERDEN, Emre; UCAR, M. Cigdem; GEZER, Tekin and PAZARLIOGLU, Nurdan Kasikara. Triagem de enzimas ligninolíticas de fungos autóctones e aplicações para descoloramento de Remazole Marine Blue. Braz. J. Microbiol. [online]. 2009, vol.40, n.2, pp.346-353. ISSN 1517-8382. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S1517-83822009000200026.. Este estudo apresenta novas cepas de fungos produtores de enzimas ligninolíticas com potencial de aplicação em processos industriais e biotecnológicos. Trinta cepas de fungos autóctones foram obtidos em Bornova-Izmir, Turquia. Os extratos frescos dos corpos de frutificação foram submetidos à triagem de atividade de lacase, manganês peroxidase e lignina peroxidase, que são as principais enzimas de degradação de ligninocelulose pelos Basidiomycetes. Foram isolados esporos de Cortinarius sp, Tramnetes versicolor, Pleorotus ostreatus, Abortiporus biennis, Lyophyllum subglobisporium, Ramaria stricta, Ganoderma carnosum, Lactarius delicius ve Lepista desnuda, ...
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Cortinarius violaceus - WikipediaCortinarius violaceus - Wikipedia

Cortinarius violaceus, commonly known as the violet webcap or violet cort, is a fungus in the webcap genus Cortinarius native ... Cortinarius violaceus was designated as the type species for the genus Cortinarius by Frederic Clements and Cornelius Lott ... Moser M (1986). "Cortinarius Fr. subgen. Cortinarius in the SW-Pacific area" (PDF). Sydowia. 39: 138-47. Courtecuisse R (1999 ... Cortinarius violaceus extract demonstrates an inhibitory activity against cysteine protease. Fungi portal List of Cortinarius ...
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CortinariusCortinarius

The genus Cortinarius is chiefly distinguished from the other genera of the ochre-spored agarics by the presence of a spider- ... Cortinarius. The genus Cortinarius is chiefly distinguished from the other genera of the ochre-spored agarics by the presence ... Cortinarius (Dermocybe) cinnamomeus (L.) Fr. Edible. - The cinnamon cortinarius is so called because of the cinnamon color of ... Cortinarius (Myxacium) collinitus (Pers.) Fr. Edible. - This is known as the smeared cortinarius because of the abundant ...
more infohttp://chestofbooks.com/flora-plants/mushrooms/American-Fungi-Mushrooms-Edible-Poisonous/Cortinarius.html

Cortinarius - WikispeciesCortinarius - Wikispecies

Genus: Cortinarius Species: C. araniiti - C. artosus - C. beeverorum - C. bovarius - C. canovestitus - C. chlorophyllus - C. ... Cortinarius (Pers.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. (London) 1: 627 (1821) Selected references[edit]. * Garnica, S. et al. 2005: A ... framework for a phylogenetic classification in the genus Cortinarius (Basidiomycota, Agaricales) derived from morphological and ... Retrieved from "https://species.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Cortinarius&oldid=3592419" ...
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Cortinarius violaceus - WikipediaCortinarius violaceus - Wikipedia

Cortinarius in the SW-Pacific area" (PDF). Sydowia. 39: 138-47.. *^ a b c d e f g Courtecuisse R (1999). Mushrooms of Britain ... Cortinarius violaceus, commonly known as the violet webcap or violet cort, is a fungus in the webcap genus Cortinarius native ... Cortinarius violaceus was designated as the type species for the genus Cortinarius by Frederic Clements and Cornelius Lott ... Some mycologists classify C. violaceus as two distinct species-Cortinarius violaceus and Cortinarius hercynicus, with ...
more infohttps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cortinarius_violaceus

Cortinarius aff. malachius recordCortinarius aff. malachius record

malachius (a Cortinarius which is very similar to C. malachius) on 10 Oct 1999 at OSGR: SU56 in Berks, England ... Cortinarius aff. malachius, (a Cortinarius which is very similar to C. malachius). 10 Oct 1999 at OSGR: SU56 in Berks, England ... Species: Cortinarius aff. malachius (a Cortinarius which is very similar to C. malachius) ... Classification: (where Cortinarius aff. malachius fits in the taxonomic hierarchy) *. Taxonomic hierarchy:. ...
more infohttp://www.bioimages.org.uk/html/r145473.htm?8

Environmental barcoding of the ectomycorrhizal fungal genus Cortinarius | SpringerLinkEnvironmental barcoding of the ectomycorrhizal fungal genus Cortinarius | SpringerLink

Specificity was tested in vitro and in silico against DNA from basidiocarps of Cortinarius and non-Cortinarius species. The ... High diversity of Cortinarius was associated with soil of all three ectomycorrhizal communities, despite Cortinarius being ... where Cortinarius is common and diverse), (ii) Kunzea forest (where Cortinarius is present but with low diversity), (iii) a ... Cortinarius Internal transcribed spacer region Ectomycorrhizal ecology Environmental DNA Barcoding Taxon-specific primers ...
more infohttps://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs13225-012-0218-1

Cortinarius - WikipediaCortinarius - Wikipedia

Some are even lethal, such as Cortinarius rubellus and Cortinarius orellanus. Therefore, a common rule when it comes to ... However, some species-notably the giant of the genus, Cortinarius praestans and the gypsy mushroom (Cortinarius caperatus)-are ... Cortinarius in Index Fungorum Media related to Cortinarius at Wikimedia Commons. ... The toxin in Cortinarius species, orellanine is easy to detect because it is fluorescent. It has been found in at least 34 ...
more infohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cortinarius

Cortinarius sanguineus, Bloodred Webcap mushroomCortinarius sanguineus, Bloodred Webcap mushroom

... : identification pictures (images), habitat, edible or poisonous; taxonomy, ... Synonyms of Cortinarius sanguineus include Agaricus sanguineus Wulfen, Dermocybe sanguinea (Wulfen) Ricken, Cortinarius ... Cortinarius sanguineus is a fairly common webcap in many areas, from the New Forest in southern England to the Caledonian ... Some reddish Cortinarius species with which the Bloodred Webcap could be confused contain the toxin orellanine, which if eaten ...
more infohttp://www.first-nature.com/fungi/cortinarius-sanguineus.php

Cortinarius quarciticus - WikipediaCortinarius quarciticus - Wikipedia

Cortinarius quarciticus is an agaric fungus of the genus Cortinarius found in Europe. It was described as new to science in ... Fungi portal List of Cortinarius species Brandrud TE, Lindström H, Marklund H, Melot J, Muskos S (1994). Cortinarius. Flora ...
more infohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cortinarius_quarciticus

Cortinarius gentilis - WikipediaCortinarius gentilis - Wikipedia

Cortinarius gentilis is a deadly fungus of the genus Cortinarius, normally found in North America and Europe. In a study in ... Cortinarius speciosissimus and Cortinarius gentilis on the rat kidney". Zeitschrift für Naturforschung C. 30 (5): 668-71. PMID ... Phillips R. "Cortinarius gentilis". Rogers Mushrooms. Möttönen, M; Nieminen, L; Heikkilä, H (Sep-Oct 1975). "Damage caused by ... Schumacher, Trond; Klaus Høiland (June 1983). "Mushroom poisoning caused by species of the genus Cortinarius fries". Archives ...
more infohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cortinarius_gentilis

Cortinarius caerulescens, Mealy Bigfoot Webcap mushroomCortinarius caerulescens, Mealy Bigfoot Webcap mushroom

... : identification pictures (images), habitat, edible or poisonous; ... This webcap is a member of the Cortinarius subgenus Phlegmaceum.. Synonyms of Cortinarius caerulescens include Agaricus ... Cortinarius violaceus, the Violet Webcap, has a darker violet cap, gills and stem, and its flesh is deep violet throughout. ... Cortinarius caerulescens is found in late summer and autumn growing in deciduous woodland, mainly under mature beech and oak ...
more infohttps://first-nature.com/fungi/cortinarius-caerulescens.php

Mushroom Observer: Observation 196688: Cortinarius (Pers.) GrayMushroom Observer: Observation 196688: Cortinarius (Pers.) Gray

Some older specimens in redwood duff with Cortinarius smithii. Cap up to 6 cm. yellow brown with darker depressed disc. ...
more infohttp://mushroomobserver.org/observer/show_observation/196688

Mushroom Observer: Observation 87475: Cortinarius elegantior groupMushroom Observer: Observation 87475: Cortinarius elegantior group

Cortinarius elegantio-occidentalis and Cortinarius elegantio-montanus. The collection here is a slightly different genotype. ... Recently Garnica & Ammirati described two new members of the Cortinarius elegantior clade from Western North America - ...
more infohttp://mushroomobserver.org/observer/show_observation/87475

Fungi non Delineati 48-49: Cortinarius Ibero-Insulares 2 [Italian] | NHBS Academic & Professional BooksFungi non Delineati 48-49: Cortinarius Ibero-Insulares 2 [Italian] | NHBS Academic & Professional Books

Cortinarius Ibero-Insulares 2 [Italian]: NHBS - Grupo Ibero-Insular de Cortinariologos (GIC), Edizioni Candusso ... Cortinarius alpicola var. alpicola. C. amoenolens. C. armeniacus var. poecilopus. C. arquatus. C. assiduus var. plesiocistus. C ... Fungi non Delineati 48-49: Cortinarius Ibero-Insulares 2 [Italian] Monograph Journal / Magazine ... Fifty species of genera Cortinarius are described and illustrated with microphotographs, electronic scanning microscope ...
more infohttps://www.nhbs.com/fungi-non-delineati-48-49-cortinarius-ibero-insulares-2-italian-book

Cortinarius hinnuleus, tunkkaseitikki @ Natural Fungi in FinlandCortinarius hinnuleus, tunkkaseitikki @ Natural Fungi in Finland

Cortinarius hinnuleus. Cortinarius hinnuleus tunkkaseitikki glesskivig spindling f ldszag p kh l sgomba Earthy Webcap vastik v ... http://www.velutipes.com/natural/cortinarius_hinnuleus.htm. Special thanks , MM & PP. Homepage of , Created by , All photos ...
more infohttp://velutipes.com/natural/cortinarius_hinnuleus.htm

Cortinarius cumatilis, posliiniseitikki @ Natural Fungi in FinlandCortinarius cumatilis, posliiniseitikki @ Natural Fungi in Finland

Cortinarius cumatilis. Cortinarius cumatilis posliiniseitikki porslinsbl spindling galambk k p kh l sgomba Wavy Webcap ... http://www.velutipes.com/natural/cortinarius_cumatilis.htm. Special thanks , MM & PP. Homepage of , Created by , All photos ...
more infohttp://www.velutipes.com/natural/cortinarius_cumatilis.htm

Cortinarius agathosmus, salohaltianseitikki @ Natural Fungi in FinlandCortinarius agathosmus, salohaltianseitikki @ Natural Fungi in Finland

Cortinarius agathosmus. Cortinarius agathosmus salohaltianseitikki vitterspindling Granringsl rsopp Rehbrauner Dickfu Scented ... http://www.velutipes.com/natural/cortinarius_agathosmus.htm. Special thanks , MM & PP. Homepage of , Created by , All photos ...
more infohttp://velutipes.com/natural/cortinarius_agathosmus.htm

Cortinarius alboviolaceus, silkkiseitikki @ Natural Fungi in FinlandCortinarius alboviolaceus, silkkiseitikki @ Natural Fungi in Finland

Cortinarius alboviolaceus. Cortinarius alboviolaceus silkkiseitikki valkjas v dik blekviolett spindling lil sfeh r p kh l ... Cortinarius alboviolaceus. (Inoloma alboviolaceum). Silkkiseitikki. Blekviolett spindling. Pearly Webcap Lil sfeh r p kh l ... http://www.velutipes.com/natural/cortinarius_alboviolaceus.htm. Special thanks , MM & JK & LK. Homepage of , Created by , All ...
more infohttp://www.velutipes.com/natural/cortinarius_alboviolaceus.htm

fungi : CORTINARIUS PURPURASCENSfungi : CORTINARIUS PURPURASCENS

clés de détermination macroscopique et microscopique des familles et des genres de champignons et clés de détermination informatique des espèces
more infohttp://fungi.fr/Html/cortinarius_purpurascens.html

Carmarthenshire Fungi: Cortinarius trivialis --- Girdled WebcapCarmarthenshire Fungi: Cortinarius trivialis --- Girdled Webcap

Cortinarius trivials is one of the few of this genus that I can name as it is so distinctive. It has an extremely glutinous cap ... This Cortinarius is mycrrhizal with Willows and was seen at the Ashpits -- Burry Port Community woodland where it is found ...
more infohttp://www.carmarthenshirefungi.co.uk/2015/10/cortinarius-trivialis-girdled-webcap.html

Riihivilla, Dyeing with natural dyes: Cortinarius dyeing SeitikkivärjäystäRiihivilla, Dyeing with natural dyes: Cortinarius dyeing Seitikkivärjäystä

I can recommend also this way of dyeing with Cortinarius mushrooms:). About Cortinarius mushrooms, here is a link to Päivis ... I was wondering, if you have ever tried to over-dye the cortinarius mushroom with indigo? I was thinking about taking some of ... In the picture below I used 6 kilos of fresh Cortinarius semisanguineus and 500grams of yarn, so that is little over one kilo ... I have never tried overdyeing Cortinarius colors with indigo, but you got me curious, I will have to try.. I have overdyed ...
more infohttp://riihivilla.blogspot.com/2011/09/cortinarius-dyeing-seitikkivarjaysta.html?showComment=1316943584030

Download Agaricomycetidae Daytime Fungus Mushrooms Shot, agaricales...Download Agaricomycetidae Daytime Fungus Mushrooms Shot, agaricales...

Slimy Webcap (cortinarius Muscigenus). Photography: Slimy Webcap (Cortinarius muscigenus) Author: Ulrich ReichelDate: 2010-10- ... Surprise Webcap (cortinarius Sanguineus). Digital Photography: Surprise Webcap (Cortinarius sanguineus) Author: Ulrich ...
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Cortinarius - End cells. To distinguish hyphae and end cells use conc. hydrochloric acid (+ reaction is green or red). ... Cortinarius: KOH + reaction = dark brown (most Telemonia taxa), but can also be red, olivaceous-green, or yellow ...
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Pavu inec kozl (Cortinarius traganus) 12. z??? 2011 Jm no traganus odkazuje k pachu kozla. Aroma pavu ince toti nen p jemn . ...
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Pavu inec kozl (Cortinarius traganus) 12. z??? 2011 Jm no traganus odkazuje k pachu kozla. Aroma pavu ince toti nen p jemn . ...
more infohttps://www.idnes.cz/hobby/atlas-hub/nejedle.K142003
  • I started thinking how easily one sticks to doing something always the same way, like how I have dyed with Cortinarius mushrooms (boil, strain and dye). (blogspot.com)
  • About Cortinarius mushrooms, here is a link to Päivi's blog where she had experimented with printing with them in high quality artist paper with interesting results. (blogspot.com)
  • The starting date of fungal taxonomy had been set as 1 January 1821, to coincide with the date of the works of the "father of mycology", the Swedish naturalist Elias Magnus Fries, which meant the name Cortinarius violaceus required sanction by Fries (indicated in the name by a colon) to be considered valid. (wikipedia.org)
  • Thus the species was written as Cortinarius violaceus (L.: Fr. (wikipedia.org)
  • Hence, the name no longer requires the ratification of Fries's authority, and is thus written as Cortinarius violaceus (L.) Gray. (wikipedia.org)
  • A 2015 genetic study by evolutionary biologist Emma Harrower and colleagues of C. violaceus and its closest relatives suggests that the group (section Cortinarius) originated in Australasia and began diverging from a common ancestor around 12 million years ago in the Miocene, with C. violaceus itself diverging from its closest relative around 3.9 million years ago. (wikipedia.org)
  • Fifty species of genera Cortinarius are described and illustrated with microphotographs, electronic scanning microscope photographs and photocolors. (nhbs.com)
  • Dmitry Sveshnikov, Henry Mann, Leho Tersoo, Andrus Voitk] -- Cortinarius boulderensis / Joe Ammirati -- Lactarius aurivolla. (mun.ca)
  • Hi Karin, I have never tried overdyeing Cortinarius colors with indigo, but you got me curious, I will have to try. (blogspot.com)
  • I have overdyed madder with indigo, and it gives kind of muddy browns depending on what shade of orange the madder color was, so I suspect that also orange Cortinarius colors would give more brown than green, but it depends so much on the shade of the first color, perhaps afterbath of Cortinarius stems which is more yellow would give greens. (blogspot.com)
  • The primers were tested for their ability to amplify Cortinarius DNA in soil from forests of the three ectomycorrhizal forest communities and a range of soils from the ectomycorrhiza-free subantarctic Campbell Island. (springer.com)
  • The species are to be distinguished from other ochre-spored agarics with a cobwebby veil by the fact that the veil in Cortinarius is superficial and the gills powdery. (chestofbooks.com)
  • The generic name Cortinarius is a reference to the partial veil or cortina (meaning a curtain) that covers the gills when caps are immature. (first-nature.com)
  • This is known as the smeared cortinarius because of the abundant glutinous substance with which the plant is smeared during moist or wet weather, It grows in woods. (chestofbooks.com)
  • Cortinarius caerulescens is found in late summer and autumn growing in deciduous woodland, mainly under mature beech and oak trees. (first-nature.com)
  • This Cortinarius is mycrrhizal with Willows and was seen at the 'Ashpits' -- Burry Port Community woodland where it is found most years. (carmarthenshirefungi.co.uk)
  • ever found it growing as a parasite on a Cortinarius mushroom. (bio.net)
  • The cinnamon cortinarius is so called because of the cinnamon color of the entire plant, especially of the cap and stem. (chestofbooks.com)
  • High diversity of Cortinarius was associated with soil of all three ectomycorrhizal communities, despite Cortinarius being previously unrecorded from Pinus . (springer.com)