A genus of mushrooms in the family Cortinariaceae. When ingested, species of Cortinarius cause delayed acute RENAL FAILURE.
Poisoning from ingestion of mushrooms, primarily from, but not restricted to, toxic varieties.
The intergenic DNA segments that are between the ribosomal RNA genes (internal transcribed spacers) and between the tandemly repeated units of rDNA (external transcribed spacers and nontranscribed spacers).
Deoxyribonucleic acid that makes up the genetic material of fungi.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
Woody, usually tall, perennial higher plants (Angiosperms, Gymnosperms, and some Pterophyta) having usually a main stem and numerous branches.
A subclass of ion channels that open or close in response to the binding of specific LIGANDS.
A phylum of oxygenic photosynthetic bacteria comprised of unicellular to multicellular bacteria possessing CHLOROPHYLL a and carrying out oxygenic PHOTOSYNTHESIS. Cyanobacteria are the only known organisms capable of fixing both CARBON DIOXIDE (in the presence of light) and NITROGEN. Cell morphology can include nitrogen-fixing heterocysts and/or resting cells called akinetes. Formerly called blue-green algae, cyanobacteria were traditionally treated as ALGAE.
An extensive order of basidiomycetous fungi whose fruiting bodies are commonly called mushrooms.
A delicate membrane enveloping the brain and spinal cord. It lies between the PIA MATER and the DURA MATER. It is separated from the pia mater by the subarachnoid cavity which is filled with CEREBROSPINAL FLUID.
Intracranial or spinal cavities containing a cerebrospinal-like fluid, the wall of which is composed of arachnoidal cells. They are most often developmental or related to trauma. Intracranial arachnoid cysts usually occur adjacent to arachnoidal cistern and may present with HYDROCEPHALUS; HEADACHE; SEIZURES; and focal neurologic signs. (From Joynt, Clinical Neurology, 1994, Ch44, pp105-115)
The study of the origin, structure, development, growth, function, genetics, and reproduction of plants.
A phylum of fungi that produce their sexual spores (basidiospores) on the outside of the basidium. It includes forms commonly known as mushrooms, boletes, puffballs, earthstars, stinkhorns, bird's-nest fungi, jelly fungi, bracket or shelf fungi, and rust and smut fungi.
The relationships of groups of organisms as reflected by their genetic makeup.
A basidiomycetous fungal genus of the family Agaricaceae, order Agaricales, which includes the field mushroom (A. campestris) and the commercial mushroom (A. bisporus).
A genus of fungi of the family Agaricaceae, order Agaricales; most species are poisonous.
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Time period from 1701 through 1800 of the common era.
A species of tick (TICKS) in the family IXODIDAE, distributed throughout the world but abundant in southern Europe. It will feed on a wide variety of MAMMALS, but DOGS are its preferred host. It transmits a large number of diseases including BABESIOSIS; THEILERIASIS; EHRLICHIOSIS; and MEDITERRANEAN SPOTTED FEVER.
Prominent lobed neuropils found in ANNELIDA and all ARTHROPODS except crustaceans. They are thought to be involved in olfactory learning and memory.
Infestations with soft-bodied (Argasidae) or hard-bodied (Ixodidae) ticks.
A plant genus of the family BRASSICACEAE that is grown in rock gardens. T. arvense is grown for its large, round ornamental seed pods. The common name of pennycress usually refers to this genus but may also refer to the genus Microthlaspi.
Unstable isotopes of cadmium that decay or disintegrate emitting radiation. Cd atoms with atomic weights 103-105, 107, 109, 115, and 117-119 are radioactive cadmium isotopes.
A republic in western Africa, south of GUINEA and west of LIBERIA. Its capital is Freetown.
Created as a republic in 1918 by Czechs and Slovaks from territories formerly part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The country split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia 1 January 1993.
A kingdom of eukaryotic, heterotrophic organisms that live parasitically as saprobes, including MUSHROOMS; YEASTS; smuts, molds, etc. They reproduce either sexually or asexually, and have life cycles that range from simple to complex. Filamentous fungi, commonly known as molds, refer to those that grow as multicellular colonies.
A methylpentose whose L- isomer is found naturally in many plant glycosides and some gram-negative bacterial lipopolysaccharides.

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 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 ...
Cortinarius sanguineus, Bloodred Webcap mushroom: identification pictures (images), habitat, edible or poisonous; taxonomy, etymology, synonyms, similar species
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Agaricus violaceus was one of the few fungal species named by Carl Linnaeus in his 1753 work Species Plantarum.[2] The specific epithet violaceus refers to the deep violet colour of its cap.[3] In English, it is commonly known as the violet webcap,[4] or violet cort.[5] French naturalist Jean-Baptiste Lamarck viewed it as a variety (violaceus) of a variable species he described as Amanita araneosa in 1783,[6] and Christiaan Hendrik Persoon placed it in the Section Cortinaria of Agaricus in his 1801 work Synopsis Methodica Fungorum.[7] Cortinarius was established as a genus by English botanist Samuel Frederick Gray in the first volume of his 1821 work A Natural Arrangement of British Plants, where the species was recorded as Cortinaria violacea, the violet curtain-stool.[8]. 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 ...
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 caerulescens, Mealy Bigfoot Webcap mushroom: identification pictures (images), habitat, edible or poisonous; taxonomy, etymology, synonyms, similar species
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 ...
Cortinarius alboviolaceus silkkiseitikki valkjas v dik blekviolett spindling lil sfeh r p kh l sgomba Pearly Webcap lysviolet slørhat lysfiolett slørsopp lila gordijnzwam ...
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. ...
uuid: c0451090-8485-41b1-aa9b-1b27c0721480, type: records, etag: 7f3b360b24e4cc3776fdff07dd5b00680cec7a9c, data: { dwc:startDayOfYear: 268, dwc:county: Greene, dwc:recordedBy: W. B. Cooke; V. G. Cooke, dwc:order: Agaricales, dcterms:references: http://mycoportal.org/portal/collections/individual/index.php?occid=2265641, dwc:occurrenceID: 340c4179-4c09-4e84-9bae-43e3bcba1fc4, id: 2265641, dwc:stateProvince: Ohio, dwc:eventDate: 1965-09-25, dwc:collectionID: 0cd2551b-8166-4c05-a0c9-5c8712ce0eb8, dwc:country: USA, idigbio:recordId: urn:uuid:340c4179-4c09-4e84-9bae-43e3bcba1fc4, symbiota:recordEnteredBy: jesskohn, dwc:kingdom: Fungi, dwc:occurrenceRemarks: [Collection stored in Cortinarius indeterminate box.], dwc:basisOfRecord: PreservedSpecimen, dwc:genus: Cortinarius, dwc:family: Cortinariaceae, dc:rights: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/, dwc:phylum: Basidiomycota, dwc:locality: John ...
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 ...
Click here for Common Ink Cap pictures! You can also find pictures of Dryad´s Saddle, Cortinarius croceus, Cordyceps ophioglossoides.
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, ...
In this contribution, new data concerning algae, bryophytes, fungi, and lichens of the Italian flora are presented. It includes new records and confirmations for the algae genus Chara, the bryophyte genera Homalia, Mannia, and Tortella, the fungal genera Cortinarius, Russula, and Stereum, and the lichen genera Cetrelia, Cladonia, Enterographa, Graphis, Lecanora, Lepraria, Multiclavula, Mycomicrothelia, Parmelia, Peltigera, Pleopsidium, Psora, Scytinium, Umbilicaria, and Rhizocarpon.
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African jewels. Type species: Agrion dispar Palisot de Beauvois, 1807. Introduction. Endemic to tropical Africa with about 30 medium-sized (hindwing 18-28 mm) species largely confined to forested running waters in central and western Africa. Only C. curta has a distinct preference for more open landscapes, appearing in disturbed and drier habitats, even having an isolated Saharan population in the Jebel Marra of western Sudan. Within forest environments not all species preferences are known, although for example in Eastern Africa C. aphrodite prefers sandy streams, C. frigida and C. trifaria smaller streams, and C. victoriae and especially C. pyriformosa larger rivers (even the Congo). In West Africa, C. curta is also on open streams and C. pyriformosa on rivers, while there C. selysi is found on the smallest streams and C. luminosa and C. radix on the largest, with C. dispar intermediate and C. rubida favouring muddy streams. The taxonomy of the red species is problematic, for example C. ...
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from neuron import h # metabotropic glutamate receptor class SynapsemGLUR: def __init__(self,sect,loc): self.syn = h.mGLUR(loc, sec=sect) # AMPA synapse with calcium influx -- mechanism defined in mod/ampa_forti.mod class SynapseAMPACA: def __init__(self, sect, loc, e): self.syn = h.AmpaSyn(loc, sec=sect) self.syn.e = e # NMDA synapse with calcium influx -- mechanism defined in mod/nmda_andr.mod class SynapseNMDACA: def __init__(self, sect, loc, e): self.syn = h.NmdaSyn(loc, sec=sect) self.syn.e = e class Synapse: def __init__(self, sect, loc, tau1, tau2, e): self.syn = h.MyExp2SynBB(loc, sec=sect) self.syn.tau1 = tau1 self.syn.tau2 = tau2 self.syn.e = e class SynapseNMDA: def __init__(self, sect, loc, tau1NMDA, tau2NMDA, r, e): self.syn = h.MyExp2SynNMDABB(loc, sec=sect) self.syn.tau1NMDA = tau1NMDA self.syn.tau2NMDA = tau2NMDA self.syn.r = r self.syn.e = e # gabab based on 1995 PNAS paper by Destexhe class SynapseGABAB: def __init__(self, sect, loc): self.syn = h.GABAB(loc, sec=sect) class ...
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Cortinarius hesleri, an eastern North American species that associates with oaks, has a rusty brown spore print and a cortina ... les champignons et particulièrement les intoxications dues aux Agaricacées du groupe des Clitocybe et du groupe des Cortinarius ... les champignons et particulièrement les intoxications dues aux Agaricacées du groupe des Clitocybe et du groupe des Cortinarius ...
Distinctive change occurs for some species of Cortinarius and Boletes Developed by Julius Schäffer to help with the ...
It can be confused with some other green mushrooms such as the larger and more solid Cortinarius austrovenetus and several ...
Gymnopilus luteoviridis Leccinum manzanitae Russula xanthoporphyrea The genus Chaetothiersia and species Cortinarius thiersii ...
... which is typical of the genus Cortinarius. Mushrooms lacking partial veils do not form an annulus. The stalk (also called the ...
... is an agaric fungus of the genus Cortinarius found in Europe. It was described as new to science in 1970 ... List of Cortinarius species Bohus G. (1970). "Interessantere Cortinarius-Arten aus dem Karpaten-Becken Annales Historico- ... Cite journal requires ,journal= (help) Cortinarius moserianus in Index Fungorum v t e. ...
List of Cortinarius species Danks M, Lebel T, Verns K (2010). "'Cort short on a mountaintop' - Eight new species of sequestrate ... Cortinarius cinereoroseolus is a species of truffle-like fungus in the family Cortinariaceae. Found in New South Wales, ... Cortinarius cinereoroseolus has a sequestrate fruit body, meaning that its spores are not forcibly discharged from the basidia ... The fruit bodies of Cortinarius cinereoroseolus grow in the ground under litterfall in subalpine areas of the Kaputar Plateau. ...
... , 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 ...
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 ...
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Distinctive change occurs for some species of Cortinarius and Boletes. See: Chemical test in mushroom identification ...
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 ...
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 ...
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" ...
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 ...
... : 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 ...
... : 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 ...
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 - ...
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 ...
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 ...
It seems to be a reference to , Cortinarius? If so, thats the first time Ive ever heard of a , Cortinarius sps. growing on ... I dont believe Ive , ever found it growing as a parasite on a Cortinarius mushroom. , , So...Im guessing this is another ...
Cortinarius majoranae, Cortinarius aquilanus and Cortinarius lepistoides spp. nov. are described. The first taxon is placed in ... 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 ...
The genus Cortinarius has rust coloured spores and a weblike veil (called a Cortina), joining the cap to the stipe in young ... One of the highlights for me was finding several Surprising Webcaps - Cortinarius semisanguineus. This is found on damp mossy ... It is notoriously difficult to identify Cortinarius species so it is really nice to find one,at least, that is unmistakeable in ... Ryedale Natural History Society 2017, Photos © Gill Smith, Rhona Sutherland (Cortinarius) 2017. Back to the Home page. ...
Cortinarius section Sanguinei in North America, Niskanen, T., Liimatainen K., Ammirati J. F., and Hughes K. , Mycologia, 2013, ... Cortinarius hesleri from eastern North America and related species from Europe and western North America, Ammirati, J. F., ... Five new Telamonia species (Cortinarius, Agaricales) from western North America, Niskanen, T., Liimatainen K., and Ammirati J. ... A main focus has been ectomycorrhizal fungi, especially agarics, for example, the large mushroom genus Cortinarius, in conifer ...
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Cortinarius moserianus is an agaric fungus of the genus Cortinarius found in Europe. It was described as new to science in 1970 ... List of Cortinarius species Bohus G. (1970). "Interessantere Cortinarius-Arten aus dem Karpaten-Becken Annales Historico- ... Cite journal requires ,journal= (help) Cortinarius moserianus in Index Fungorum v t e. ...
List of Cortinarius species Danks M, Lebel T, Verns K (2010). "Cort short on a mountaintop - Eight new species of sequestrate ... Cortinarius cinereoroseolus is a species of truffle-like fungus in the family Cortinariaceae. Found in New South Wales, ... Cortinarius cinereoroseolus has a sequestrate fruit body, meaning that its spores are not forcibly discharged from the basidia ... The fruit bodies of Cortinarius cinereoroseolus grow in the ground under litterfall in subalpine areas of the Kaputar Plateau. ...
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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 ...
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:. ...
Am currently taking a spore print. CAP: 2.7 inches wide (6-7cm), very dark brown to ruby-red, with fibrils or minute scales; GILLS: dark red to reddish-brown, slightly decurrent; STIPE: 1cm thick, 3.8 inches long (9.6cm), mostly even but with a slight bulb at the base, mostly light buff-tan, fibrilose, darker greenish-brown under cap, with white "dandruff" immediately below the gills, staining dark brown/black where bruised during handling. Suspect Cortinarius, but no sign of cortina that I can see. ...
You selected Cortinarius armillatus var. miniatus Reumaux. This is a synonym for:. Accepted scientific name:. Cortinarius ... Cortinarius armillatus var. miniatus Reumaux (synonym) Cortinarius armillatus var. subcroceofulvus Bidaud, Moënne-Locc. & ...
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 ...
Popis a fotografie druhu Cortinarius tubarius, pavučinovec rašelinníkový, pavučinec mokřadní (p. rašeliníkový). Mapovanie ... Cortinarius sphagneti P.D. Orton, Cortinarius II, [Mycology Section, Yorkshire Naturalists Union]: 148 (1958). Cortinarius ... Cortinarius 1 (Warszawa-Krakow): 243 (1975). Cortinarius palustris var. sphagneti (M.M. Moser) Nezdojm., Nov. sist. Niz. Rast. ... Cortinarius tubarius Ammirati & A.H. Sm.. pavučinec mokřadní (p. rašeliníkový). Jedovatá huba. Výskyt: VII. - X. ...
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 ...
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 ...
Recently, we began studying Cortinarius in China and here we describe three new species of Cortinarius subg. Telamonia based on ... Cortinarius neotorvus sp. nov. (section Telamonia) is associated with broadleaf trees and is easily confused with C. torvus, ... Cortinarius subfuscoperonatus sp. nov. (section Fuscoperonati) is associated with coniferous trees, with subglobose to broadly ... Cortinarius laccariphyllus sp. nov. (section Colymbadini) is associated with broadleaf trees, with strongly hygrophanous ...
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Tag Archives: cortinarius rubellus. Three Serious English Poisonous Mushroom Incidents in 3 weeks 2 Replies ... Within a couple of days, confirmation emerged of the species involved: the victim had mistaken a Deadly Webcap (Cortinarius ... "the blusher", amanita phalloides, cortinarius rubellus, deadly fungi, deadly mushrooms, deadly webcaop, deadly 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 ...
Cortinarius zasłonak. Cortinarius acutus Zasłonak ostry. Cortinarius agathosmus Zasłonak niebieskawy. Cortinarius alborufescens ...
Cortinarius pseudoduracinus Rob. Henry, Bull. trimest. Soc. mycol. Fr. 54: 41 (1938). ... Cortinarius zasłonak. Cortinarius acutus Zasłonak ostry. Cortinarius agathosmus Zasłonak niebieskawy. Cortinarius alborufescens ...
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 ...
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 ...
Pavu inec kozl (Cortinarius traganus) 12. z??? 2011 Jm no traganus odkazuje k pachu kozla. Aroma pavu ince toti nen p jemn . ...
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 ...
  • Cortinarius violaceus, commonly known as the violet webcap or violet cort, is a fungus in the webcap genus Cortinarius native across the Northern Hemisphere. (wikipedia.org)
  • 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. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cortinarius violaceus was designated as the type species for the genus Cortinarius by Frederic Clements and Cornelius Lott Shear in their 1931 work The Genera of Fungi. (wikipedia.org)
  • Because of this designation, if C. violaceus were to be split from the rest of the current genus, then, according to the rules of the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature, it would retain the name Cortinarius, while the other species would have to be reclassified. (wikipedia.org)
  • 2005: A framework for a phylogenetic classification in the genus Cortinarius (Basidiomycota, Agaricales) derived from morphological and molecular data. (wikimedia.org)
  • It was the great Swedish mycologist Elias Magnus Fries who, in 1838, transferred this species to the genus Cortinarius, whereupon its scientific name became Cortinarius caerulescens . (first-nature.com)
  • A main focus has been ectomycorrhizal fungi, especially agarics, for example, the large mushroom genus Cortinarius, in conifer forests of the Pacific Northwest. (washington.edu)
  • This webcap is a member of the Cortinarius subgenus Phlegmaceum . (first-nature.com)
  • Cortinarius violaceus , the Violet Webcap, has a darker violet cap, gills and stem, and its flesh is deep violet throughout. (first-nature.com)
  • The species was one of only two placed in the Cortinarius subgenus Cortinarius by the Austrian mycologist Meinhard Moser. (wikipedia.org)
  • 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)
  • Cortinarius caerulescens is found in late summer and autumn growing in deciduous woodland, mainly under mature beech and oak trees. (first-nature.com)
  • Ammirati and his colleagues are currently conducting a study of the species of Cortinarius that grow in association with Oregon oak trees in the Columbia Gorge, where these trees are part of unique habitats that support a rich array of fungi, plants, animals and other organisms. (burkemuseum.org)
  • Xie M-L, Wei T-Z, Fu Y-P, Li D, Qi L-L, Xing P-J, Cheng G-H, Ji R-Q, Li Y (2020) Three new species of Cortinarius subgenus Telamonia (Cortinariaceae, Agaricales) from China. (pensoft.net)
  • The largest type study of Agaricales species to date: bringing identification and nomenclature of Phlegmacium ( Cortinarius ) into the DNA era. (kew.org)
  • Dmitry Sveshnikov, Henry Mann, Leho Tersoo, Andrus Voitk] -- Cortinarius boulderensis / Joe Ammirati -- Lactarius aurivolla. (mun.ca)
  • The overall fungal community was highly diverse and dominated by Cenococcum geophilum and other ascomycetes, Cortinarius, Russula, Lactarius and Thelephoraceae. (umass.edu)
  • 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. (wbrc.org.uk)
  • In all, in 2010, over 50% species recorded are mycorrhizal and typified by representatives of the genera Cortinarius, Inocybe, Amanita, Lactarius, Russula and Tricholoma among others. (wbrc.org.uk)
  • ECM genera such as Cortinarius , Russula and Scleroderma provided tree to seedling inoculation. (aimspress.com)
  • Catalogue of Life : Cortinarius armillatus var. (catalogueoflife.org)
  • Cortinarius armillatus (Fr. (catalogueoflife.org)
  • You selected Cortinarius armillatus var. (catalogueoflife.org)
  • Cortinarius armillatus var. (catalogueoflife.org)
  • Message from the editor / Andrus Voitk -- Chaga / Andrus Voitk -- The empty skillet / maria Voitk -- Chanterelle vodka / Umberto Pascali -- Hedgehogs in oil / Linda Pascali -- Witch's brooms / Andrus Voitk -- Rusts -- Cortinarius armillatus / Jim. (mun.ca)
  • 208025 - Cortinarius Armillatus. (emsps.com)
  • Cortinarius armillatus forms mycorrhizal symbiosis with roots of birch trees. (phys.org)
  • Cortinarius cinereoroseolus is a species of truffle-like fungus in the family Cortinariaceae. (wikipedia.org)
  • spiss giftslørsopp Cortinarius rubellus og butt giftslørsopp C. orellanus, inneholder det ekstremt giftige stoffet orellanin. (uio.no)
  • Featured Fungus Number 4 Cortinarius rubellus An ectomycorrhizal mushroom occurring in low elevation conifer forests. (pearltrees.com)
  • Fifty species of genera Cortinarius are described and illustrated with microphotographs, electronic scanning microscope photographs and photocolors. (nhbs.com)
  • Editor's comments -- Foray matters -- Amanita flavoconia / Jim Cornish -- Bishop's sketchbook -- Blue corts : Cortinarius brunneorinctus / Kare Liimatainen -- Ramariopsis subarctica / Andrus Voitk -- Clavaria argillacea & sphagnophila / Andrus. (mun.ca)
  • Recently Garnica & Ammirati described two new members of the Cortinarius elegantior clade from Western North America - Cortinarius elegantio-occidentalis and Cortinarius elegantio-montanus. (mushroomobserver.org)
  • Cortinarius tubarius Ammirati & A.H. Sm. (nahuby.sk)
  • 208023 - Cortinarius Alboviolaceus. (emsps.com)
  • Some older Cortinarius and Inocybe collections were sequenced and studied, and those studies produced several new, up to then undescribed species. (ou.edu)
  • The Bishop's sketchbook -- Rhytisma salicinum / Andrus Voitk -- Peziza domiciliana and Coprinus comatus / Andrus Voitk -- Cortinarius. (mun.ca)
  • Cortinarius orellanus , the poznan cort mushroom, is one of the few types of mushrooms that can cause fatal poisonings. (medscape.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)
  • Smith, M E (2020): Cortinarius section Thaumasti in South American Nothofagaceae forests. (uibk.ac.at)
  • In the picture above the cobweb-like cortina is just beginning to fall away from the rim of the cap of this young Cortinarius sanguineus fruitbody. (first-nature.com)
  • 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)
  • Cortinarius parkeri , a common spring species in conifer forest. (burkemuseum.org)
  • Characterization of Cortinarius sporocarps using PCR/ RFLP. (orst.edu)
  • Molecular analysis of internal transcribed spacer DNA sequences indicates that Cortinarius cinereoroseolus groups together in a subclade with two undescribed sequestrate Cortinarius species, and that this subclade is sister to a clade containing the agaric species C. australis, C. chalybaeus, C. porphyropus, C. purpurascens and C. purpurascens var. (wikipedia.org)
  • Andrus Voitk, Maria Voitk, Renée Lebeuf, Leif Ryvarden] -- Suillus sibiricus / Christiane Corbeil -- Char and chanterelles / Robin McGrath -- Cortinarius caesioarmeniacus / Kare. (mun.ca)
  • 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)
  • High diversity of Cortinarius was associated with soil of all three ectomycorrhizal communities, despite Cortinarius being previously unrecorded from Pinus . (springer.com)