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Cortinarius cinnamomeus

Caps are 2-4.5 cm, bell-shaped to broadly convex, knobbed, dry, silky to minutely scaly, and cinnamon-yellow.  Flesh is straw-coloured.   Gills are attached, close, and yellowish to cinnamon. Stalks are up to 8 cm tall by 6 mm wide, yellowish. Rings are  web-like and yellowish. Spore prints are rusty-brown. Widespread and common, it fruits in wet spots under conifers. Also known as Dermocybe cinnamomea. Not edible.