Chanterelle yellowing

Yellowing chanterelle (Craterellus lutescens) Yellowing chanterelle (Craterellus lutescens) Yellowing chanterelle (Craterellus lutescens)

Yellowing chanterelle (Craterellus lutescens)

Systematics:

  • Department: Basidiomycota (Basidiomycetes)
  • Subdivision: Agaricomycotina (Agaricomycetes)
  • Class: Agaricomycetes (Agaricomycetes)
  • Subclass: Incertae sedis (undefined)
  • Order: Cantharellales (Chanterelle (Cantarella))
  • Family: Cantharellaceae (Chanterelle)
  • Genus: Craterellus (Funnelman)
  • Species: Craterellus lutescens (Yellowing chanterelle)

Synonyms:

  • Cantharellus lutescens

Yellowing chanterelle (Cantharellus lutescens)

Description: Hat with a diameter of 2-5 cm, deep-funnel-shaped with a wrapped, carved edge, thin, dry, yellow-brown.

The hymenophore is almost smooth at first. Later – wrinkled, consisting of thin sinuous folds, yellow with an orange tint, running down the leg, later – gray.

Spore powder is white.

Stem 5-7 (10) cm long and about 1 cm in diameter, narrowed towards the base, curved, sometimes longitudinally folded, hollow, one-color with a hymenophore, yellow.

The pulp is dense, slightly rubbery, brittle, yellowish, without a special smell.

Distribution: Distributed in August and September in conifers, more often spruce, forests, in groups, not often.

Evaluation: Considered an edible mushroom (4 categories), used fresh (boiled for about 15-20 minutes) and dried.

Yellowing chanterelle (Craterellus lutescens) Yellowing chanterelle (Craterellus lutescens) Yellowing chanterelle (Craterellus lutescens)

Photo of a yellowing chanterelle mushroom from the questions in recognition:

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