Observation 23944: Cantharellus persicinus R.H. Petersen

This Chanetrelle is very common this year I have seen hillside full of them. They seems to like Oak Hickory. Spore print is white on some and somewhat peach colored on others.



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Recognized by sight: Found growing under Oak and Hickory
Used references: Mushroomexpert.com
-9% (3)
Recognized by sight
52% (1)
Used references: see MO #321817 for the link to a Buyck paper clarifying the “real” C. persicinus. See also Buyck et al. 2016. “The Dilemma of Species Recognition in the Field When Sequence Data are not in Phase with Phenotypic Variability.” Cryptogamie Mycologie 37 (3): 367-389 for the new species Cantharellus velutinus.

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