Cortinarius semisanguineus, also know as Poison Dye Cort, is a medium-sized mushroom with a pale brown to an ochre cap, and bright blood-red gills and yellowish stem. It grows typically with conifers and birch.
olive- to dark reddish brown, convex to umbonate. Gills
blood red, later more reddish rust and adnate, sinuate and fairly crowded. Spores
are rusty brown. Stem
usually same colour as the cap or paler, smooth, or finely fibrillose like the cap with threadlike remnants of veil. Stem flesh darker red-brown than cap flesh. The mushroom has no ring.
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