Observation 171057: Cantharellus flavus Foltz & T.J.Volk
When: 2014-07-23
No herbarium specimen

Images

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Cantharellus cibarius_7_23_14 (1 of 3).jpg
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Cantharellus flavus 7_23_14 (1 of 2).jpg
First images made the mushrooms appear more orange than they actually were.
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Cantharellus flavus 7_23_14 (2 of 2).jpg
First images made the mushrooms appear more orange than they actually were.
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C. flavus spore print MF (1 of 1).jpg
Spore print from fruiting bodies in same location as original photos.

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Mushrooms there but need rain
By: Josh Kielsmeier-Cook (Josh KC)
2014-08-06 11:24:00 CDT (-0400)

Matthew, I’ve been back to this site several times over the last few weeks and pins are there but we haven’t had rain recently. There is a chance this weekend and I’ll continue to keep an eye on this patch. I’ll let you know once I’m able to get a solid spore print. Thanks for the help on the other post.

spore color?
By: matthewfoltz
2014-08-06 08:46:46 CDT (-0400)

Any chance on getting a spore print from these?

Don’t know
By: Patrick R. Leacock (MycoGuide)
2014-07-24 22:59:57 CDT (-0400)

If there were conifers present such as spruce, pine, or hemlock, then it might be Cantharellus roseocanus. Otherwise for the Midwest I don’t know any other names that might apply. This is another case where a specimen could be sent to Matthew Foltz in Michigan.

What is it then?
By: Josh Kielsmeier-Cook (Josh KC)
2014-07-24 22:18:46 CDT (-0400)

What species do you think it might be Patrick?

Not C. flavus or phasmatis
By: Patrick R. Leacock (MycoGuide)
2014-07-24 22:11:02 CDT (-0400)

This is too orange to be either C. flavus (all yellow) or C. phasmatis (pale underside).

Created: 2014-07-23 22:39:42 CDT (-0400)
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