Cortinarius armillatus, commonly known as the Red-banded cortinarius, is a medium or large agaric that has a rust-brown, bell-shaped, fibrous cap, rust gills and reddish belts on stem with swollen base. It grows typically in moist coniferous forests, especially spruced ones.
bell shaped at first, later flattening out, vividly rust-brown becoming slightly paler with age, with small fibrous scales, often with reddish cortinal remnants forming a belt at margin. Gills
dark rust-brown; broad, distant and shallowly sinuate. Spores
are rusty brown. Stem
is a pallid cap color streaked with fibrils, more or less equal but markedly swollen at base. Ring is made of velar remnants forming one or more orange-red median or inferior ring zones. Flesh
is light brown.
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