Observation 180388: Cantharellus cascadensis Dunham, O’Dell & R. Molina
When: 2014-09-25
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Cascade Chanterelles-Fruiting beneath Douglas fir.

NOTE:

Cap: canary yellow with white patches toward margin .
Underside of margin: Very deeply ridged- not veined and wavy like C.subalbidus or C.formosus. Appears almost white macroscopically under cap- look almost like gills- tightly ridged spore bearing structure, year not gilled.

Margin: velvety and slightly hirsute, especially in young specimens.

Odor: pungent apricot.

Elevation: 3000ft.

Temp: low 50’s.

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Final two images show the distinct characteristics of the Cascade chanterelle compared to C.subalbidus(white chanterelle). White chanterelle on back right of both images.
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Final two images show the distinct characteristics of the Cascade chanterelle compared to C.subalbidus(white chanterelle). White chanterelle on back right of both images.

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