Observation 46575: Cantharellus appalachiensis R.H. Petersen

When: 2010-06-08

Collection location: Big Branch, Saint Tammany Parish, Louisiana, USA [Click for map]

Who: Chaz (tripper1445)

No specimen available

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Recognized by sight: dull yellow colors, pale tan to whitish-beige to yellow caps, cantharelloid stature (lobed margin, inrolled)

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I can’t say
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2012-03-05 18:51:21 CST (-0500)

because I wasn’t there, but to me these just don’t look parasitized or particularly rotted,
just because they were ‘gone the next day’ doesn’t mean they rotted in the ‘putrescent’ sense – Chanterelle buttons can abort and shrivel or otherwise become inconspicuous.

But this is really a hand-waving/smoke and mirrors type of evidence. We really just need a look under the cap…

reported putrescence
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2012-03-05 17:18:29 CST (-0500)

defies the many-week persistence common to Cantharellus fruit bodies

What about very young
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2012-03-05 15:19:57 CST (-0500)
poroid?
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2012-03-05 13:52:16 CST (-0500)
Aborted buttons or primordia
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2010-06-17 10:54:40 CDT (-0400)

Probably attacked by another fungus. Or hit by high temps and lack of substrate. Been pretty warm in LA? I heard in the 90s in the last 2 weeks?

The tallest is about a 1/2 " to 3/4" or so
By: Chaz (tripper1445)
2010-06-17 08:58:57 CDT (-0400)

These were practically gone by the next day.

Observation
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2010-06-11 16:25:03 CDT (-0400)

where an indication of size could assist identification.

Created: 2010-06-10 01:09:42 CDT (-0400)
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