Dense, damp, mossy hemlock forest. Stained slight yellow when touched otherwise specimens were bone white

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New samples.
By: heidi wool (Hawandmrj1)
2018-07-11 23:26:43 ADT (-0300)

I have samples.. going to dehydrate and figure out where to send these off to.. Thank You!!

too bad Jimmy.
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2018-07-11 16:26:03 ADT (-0300)

maybe Heidi saved one, and we can have another go?
they are certainly unusual!

Never heard anything after he got my specimens
By: Jimmy Craine (doctorghosty)
2018-07-11 15:54:47 ADT (-0300)

were the hymeniums smooth?
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2018-07-11 13:48:23 ADT (-0300)

that’s under the cap where the gills would be.

Dr. Ghosty found something similar in Georgia that he suspected was a white version of lateritius aka the smooth chanterelle.

Your depicted hymeniums also look smooth to me. Do you get lateritius in PA?

What did Matt discover with your white specimens, Dr.?

A white phase of a known local chanterelle would certainly not deserve a new specific, and not a European name, either! It’s certainly not a cibarius anything!

dry one or two for science.
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2018-07-10 18:34:45 ADT (-0300)
Not 100% sure
By: heidi wool (Hawandmrj1)
2018-07-10 15:51:43 ADT (-0300)

Well.. I’m not 100% positive with subalbitus. It’s the closest I could get for an ID.. I’m fairly stumped, as I as well thought it to only be found in the West?? Any other suggestions??

subalbidus in PA??!
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2018-07-10 14:51:40 ADT (-0300)

first I’ve heard of it. I thought that it was a western species.

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