Notes: I found another couple dozen of the yellow and mixed black-gray-yellow Craterellus cornucopioides in the same tan oak and redwood habitat spot at Salt Point SP as the ones found last year about the time and now posted on the Albino … list.
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Craterellus cornucopioides on MycoBank
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Kuo also has Craterellus konradii x cornucopioides (intermediate; Norway) on his Craterellus species list, but I don’t see a description. Maybe he means individuals of mixed yellow and black pigmentation such as shown in images 129230, 129231, 129232, and 129234 of this observation which seem to bring up the question of how these color variants are formed.
Kuo’s “Craterellus konradii x cornucopioides” seems to suggest that the yellow and dark forms are two different species and that “Craterellus konradii x cornucopioides” would apply to the mixed pigment individuals such as the images I’ve listed above.
very pale specimens indeed!
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