Notes: There were two clusters about 10 feet apart and about a dozen each of the yellow Craterellus in a predominantly tan bark oak forest. There were clumps of the usual black Craterellus cornucopioides nearby as well.
I found yellow Craterellus in the same location about a month earlier this year and once several years ago.
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Woah, that’s trippy. You brought these in to the meeting?? Now I am extra bummed that I missed the meeting! I would have loved to see these in the flesh. Darn.
Thank you for sharing this, James! I was unaware there was a yellow variant.
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