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Hi everybody.
Recently i was Picking mashrooms in mauntain (Norway).
I found also a Brown one which looked OK but now i am suspicious.
Thats because i tested that and after checking in the web it had similarities with cortinarius rubellus.
Can anybody know the mushriom i posted
 

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Nearly impossible to ID for certain. Many mushrooms in Europe/Asia/etc have had names for many,many years. We have very similar looking mushroom here but even though they look very similar, are a different species.Amanita cesarea is common in Italy and one that looks similar grows in the USA and was called by the same name for years. Closer inspection, both visible and genetically showed it to be a separate species. It's now called Amanita jacksonni in the USA. Many speoces here in the USA have had to get new names.
It certainly look like a cort, but what species is above my pay grade.
 
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