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Chanterelles and Trumpets: Cantharellus and Craterellus. The mushrooms in the genera Cantharellus and Craterellus have fairly well defined caps and stems, or are vase-shaped to trumpet-shaped. Their spore-bearing surfaces occur on the underside of the cap or the "outer" side of the "vase" , and range from smooth to wrinkled, to furrowed so regularly and deeply that the wrinkles look like gills --but are actually false gills , rather than blade-like or plate-like structures that are clearly separate from the rest of the cap. Most, if not all, of the species appear to be mycorrhizal , and chanterelles and trumpets are distributed across North America--although there appears to be more species diversity east of the Rocky Mountains. In fact, at the time of this writing , North American mycology appears to be gearing up for an explosion of new species in the Cantharellus "cibarius" group; see the linked page for more information. Identification of chanterelles and trumpets is generally accomplished using macro-morphological features, with occasional reference to spore size. The problem areas for identification of species as they are currently defined involve assessment of colors, and figuring out whether the undersurface of the mushroom is smooth, veined, or has false gills.
Craterellus lutescens (Fr.) Fr.
Craterellus lutescens , or Cantharellus lutescens or Cantharellus xanthopus or Cantharellus aurora , commonly known as Yellow Foot , is a species of mushroom. It is closely related to Craterellus tubaeformis. Its hymenium is usually orange or white, whereas the hymenium of C. The species is more brightly coloured than Craterellus tubaeformis. The cap is lobed irregularly and is brown to bistre.
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