Observation 14223: Agaricales sensu lato
When: 2008-11-14
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Believe this was found on wood, but could have been terrestrial; cap dull orange-brown, similar to Gomphidius, but with a somewhat radially-wrinkled cap perhaps 1 inch in diameter, bell-shaped; gills white to golden, slightly descending the stipe; stipe is brittle, perhaps 3 inches long, but broke before I could pull it; about 3mm diameter at the break. Thought this was a young chanterelle, but gills too pronounced for most chanterelles in this area, and it was at too low an elevation to be Yellow-foot chanterelle.

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Recognized by sight: Widely spaced whitish gills with yellowish stem

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