Notes: These yellow specimens were found at the same location within about a 20-30 yard radius area that I have found similar ones the past 2 years.
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as you noted by their location, they are undoubtedly coming from an individual mycelium, in other words, it could be an individual, below-ground fungus producing these breed-true fruiting anomalies.
we also found these “yellow blacks” in Mendocino this past weekend. it’s a good year for black chanterelles on the CA coast…the more that are around, the more oddities we see.
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