This medium to large agaric is very slimy with a yellowish brown cap, cinnamon or rust colored gills, a stout white stem with ring zone and slightly swollen base. It grows typically with pine or birch.
coloured dark reddish to to orange brown, convex or wavy margined, smooth, very sticky. Gills
gray to cinnamon brown, sinuate, adnate. Spores
are rusty brown. Stem
is white with rust sub-apical cortinal zone. It is smooth or faintly scaly below cap, more or less equal or slightly swollen at base, and very sticky. The mushroom has no ring.
Cortinarius collinitus occurs with spruce. It has a blue -tinged slime on its stem. Other similar species grow under different host trees.
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