Observation 194181: Craterellus ignicolor (R.H. Petersen) Dahlman, Danell & Spatafora
When: 2014-08-14
No herbarium specimen

Notes: I never see anyone talking about chanterelles on decaying wood. I’ve been hoping these little ones are C. ignicolor but I have no confidence in that ID.

NOTE Please ignore the photo file names. I often toss quick guesses on those before doing any work up. Unfortunately they’re boldly published here. I wasn’t anticipating that!

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Recognized by sight
74% (3)
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Recognized by sight: Formerly Cantharellus ignicolor.

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very sensible
By: Geoff Balme (geoff balme)
2014-12-22 05:25:13 PST (-0800)

If a little bit maddening!

Thanks again for your help!

very sensible
By: Geoff Balme (geoff balme)
2014-12-22 05:25:12 PST (-0800)

If a little bit maddening!

Thanks again for your help!

Looks like the mycelium…
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2014-12-21 17:27:15 PST (-0800)

may have worked its way right up through the center of the decayed log. Sometimes if there’s been a period of very dry weather, a downed log may retain moisture better than the soil, and I think some types of mycelium may gravitate toward the moisture.

thank you!
By: Geoff Balme (geoff balme)
2014-12-21 11:33:43 PST (-0800)

NO.

I’ve got more of this Craterellus coming out of well decayed logs generally in nice rows like this, but even nearer the top of the logs. OH I see it’s a genus change. I keep getting ruined by that!

Thanks again!

Sometimes the mycelium…
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2014-12-21 11:27:42 PST (-0800)

from a mycorrhizal fungus may crawl up onto downed wood. I’ve seen this with C. tubaeformis.

Geoff, do you have a photo showing specifically one of the wood dwellers?

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