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These were gregarious, growing at 3,500 feet on a dry ridge in the Olympic Mountains. I saw a faint veil remnant. The younger caps were umbilicate and black but they became flatter and yellower as they aged.

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Cortinarius clandestinus - Photo (c) Christian Schwarz, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
mossy's ID: Cortinarius clandestinus, a member of Webcaps (Genus Cortinarius)
Posted by mossy almost 5 years ago (Flag)
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Cortinarius clandestinus - Photo (c) Christian Schwarz, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
sulcatus's ID: Cortinarius clandestinus, a member of Webcaps (Genus Cortinarius)
Posted by sulcatus about 1 month ago (Flag)
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Cortinarius clandestinus - Photo (c) Christian Schwarz, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
mossy's ID: Cortinarius clandestinus, a member of Webcaps (Genus Cortinarius)
Cortinarius clandestinus - Photo (c) Christian Schwarz, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
Community ID: Cortinarius clandestinus, a member of Webcaps (Genus Cortinarius)
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