Observation 27330: Cantharellus ignicolor R.H. Petersen
When: 2009-10-25
No herbarium specimen

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Recognized by sight: I’ll go with you all this — thought tubie because of the hollow in the cap, but this one has that too & the color is right.

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If C. tubaeformis
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2009-10-27 12:07:39 CST (-0500)

then had to be growing on wood (often buried). No mention of that in the description. Strongly doubt C. tubaeformis, which is known locally as “Yellow-foot chanterelle” because of a distinctive yellow base of stipe, which I don’t see here. The stipe is too light-colored for it to be C. tubaeformis.

This looks
By: Noah Siegel (Noah)
2009-10-25 14:47:36 CST (-0500)

like a old C. ignicolor

I have read
By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2009-10-25 14:07:10 CST (-0500)

that some american forms of tubaeformis have yellow to salmon-coloured spores, how about this? The hymenium looks somewhat different too.. Is it really the same species?

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