CANTHARELLOID FUNGI

'Cantharelloid Fungi' refers to fungi having a vase or trumpet-shape and a vein-like (as opposed to a gilled) hymenium from which spores are released at maturity. Although some fungi bear structural similarities with chanterelles such as those in the gomphoid genera, Gomphus and Turbinellus, they are not closely related to them.

Clicking on the name of the fungus will bring you to photos and descriptions of the mentioned species.

Cantharellus white gills and stem turns brownish with handling00525


CANTHARELLUS____appalachiensis,____cibarius,____cinnabarinus,____confluens,____enelensis____lateritius,____minor,____phasmatis,____tenuithrixvelutinus

CRATERELLUS____cinereus,____fallax (cornucopioides),____foetidus,____ignicolor,____lutescens (aurora),____tubaeformis

GOMPHUS____clavatus

TURBINELLUS (Gomphus)____floccosus,____kaufmanii