Observation 6122: Craterellus calicornucopioides D. Arora & J.L. Frank
When: 2008-01-20
No herbarium specimen

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10468
1. One of many clusters under tan oak and redwood.
2. A true flower of winter.
3. Sometimes blacks are brown.
4. You can peel chanterelles in the kitchen, but sometimes, they peel themselves in the field.
10469
1. One of many clusters under tan oak and redwood.
2. A true flower of winter.
3. Sometimes blacks are brown.
4. You can peel chanterelles in the kitchen, but sometimes, they peel themselves in the field.
10470
1. One of many clusters under tan oak and redwood.
2. A true flower of winter.
3. Sometimes blacks are brown.
4. You can peel chanterelles in the kitchen, but sometimes, they peel themselves in the field.
10471
1. One of many clusters under tan oak and redwood.
2. A true flower of winter.
3. Sometimes blacks are brown.
4. You can peel chanterelles in the kitchen, but sometimes, they peel themselves in the field.

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yes, it was described and published …
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2015-09-21 18:10:42 CDT (-0400)

but I am not seeing it accepted anywhere: not Index Fungorum, not MycoBank, not Mycoportal.

Is this yet another only on MO phenom? Slow days in mushroom land?

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