Very small-but with all characteristics of a typical C. piperatus. All brownish context, bright yellow mycelium and stem base.
Fruiting within few feet of Cantharellus subalbidus. Obligate parasite to Cantharellus species, but I could find no reports of association with C. subalbidus specifically.
Douglas fir dominant canopy.
Elevation: Sea level.
Herbarium specimen available- spore printed on slide for later microscopy.
|I’d Call It That||3.0||6.02||1||(Hendre17)|
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