Notes: left specimen = Cantharellus with Hypomyces? Collected from under spruce-aspen forest
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Our local version of “cibarius” (sensu lato) is smaller than those California giants, and most tend to be under 4" across. The Hypomyces infested specimen was about 4cm across the pileus when fresh. I collected the specimens and it is now at the University of AZ mycological herbarium if someone needs to see it.
how big were those chanterelles?
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