Observation 207833: Cantharellus septentrionalis A.H. Sm.
When: 2015-06-23
(32.8419° -94.7015° )
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Very similar to chanterelles found in observation 207840.

I checked spores in the microscope, the sizes averaged around 10 micron in length and looked to be very similar to those in observation 207840

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Proposed Names

-30% (2)
Recognized by sight
51% (3)
Recognized by sight: C. cibarius doesn’t occur in Texas (or anywhere in the USA to my knowledge). Bright yellow colors look like C. flavus, but I don’t know if that’s in TX either.
55% (1)
Eyes3
Recognized by sight: just updating names. confidence-matching

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Yeah, maybe check C. altipes
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2015-06-28 01:46:16 AEST (+1000)
Field Guide nomenclature
By: L G Price (LG_Price)
2015-06-27 13:13:42 AEST (+1000)

Based on Texas Mushrooms:A Field Guide, and other old sources these would fall into C. cibarius.

I understand that these names are not current or pointing to a specific species.

I have spore prints and will be measuring spores in the days to come. Maybe that will help to a name to it.

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