Observation 137631: Cantharellus roseocanus (Redhead, Norvell & Danell) Redhead, Norvell & Moncalvo
When: 2013-06-25
No herbarium specimen

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Recognized by sight
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Recognized by sight: fruiting date, location, bright yellow hymenium. I imagine the gray color is due to the age and relatively drier fruiting conditions. Even later-season, moister frb show a bloom like this when young

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Gray chanterelle
By: Darvin DeShazer (darv)
2013-06-26 01:01:43 CDT (-0400)

Jeff – The gray chanterelles were collected on Murray Rd on both sides of the road. One side was completely logged and the other side ONE sitka spruce was left as a seed tree. That’s the one tree they were collected under in around 1984.

Ive been followed a few times
By: Jeff Hitchcock (JHitch)
2013-06-26 00:37:50 CDT (-0400)

by some rangers out there, luckily I only take pictures out there not taking anything with me so they haven’t hassled me too much about it (yet). Thanks for the warning though!

Careful about collecting there!
By: Peter G Werner (pgwerner)
2013-06-25 21:57:00 CDT (-0400)

Got a $270 fine for picking one Boletus edulis at Ma-le’l Dunes a while back – be careful about even looking like you’re collecting there.

wow!
By: Jeff Hitchcock (JHitch)
2013-06-25 20:36:54 CDT (-0400)

those are much grayer than I expected! I’ll have to keep an eye out whenever I’m in McKinleyville!

As far as I know
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2013-06-25 20:24:37 CDT (-0400)

only one picture exists of Darvin’s find.
One fruitbody is overall pallid yellowish, but the other, younger fruitbodies in the photo are gray-capped with an obviously white hymenium.

http://www.somamushrooms.org/topics/chanterelle.php

Christian
By: Jeff Hitchcock (JHitch)
2013-06-25 20:18:07 CDT (-0400)

Actual white gills as opposed to white ridges?! I saw nearly fully white chanterelles last season, but the ridges still had a yellowish tinge to them, figured it was from dry weather (would the dry weather affect the hymenium or only the top of the cap?)

Whoa!
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2013-06-25 19:49:29 CDT (-0400)

This looks almost like Darv’s “gray chanterelle” that he ate, but those had white gills. Wish someone would find those again…

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