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Cortinarius porphyroideus

Last Modified: 10-4-2018 16:40

Cortinarius porphyroideus
Cortinarius porphyroideus

Cortinarius porphyroideus is a pouch fungus endemic to New Zealand  associated with beech forests. It is distinguished by its striking violet colour.

This example was found in the upper Wairau area near Six Mile Creek.

Location: Latitude: -41.908199 Longitude: 172.916351"

Image Date: 26/3/2018

Photographer: Christopher Cookson

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