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Cantharellus cibarius Fr. (Chanterelle)

BioImages BioImages (www.bioimages.org.uk) has 25 images of Cantharellus cibarius (Chanterelle)

NBN NBN (data.nbn.org.uk) has the UK distribution map of Cantharellus cibarius (Chanterelle)

FRDBI FRDBI (www.fieldmycology.net/gbchklst/gbchklst.asp) has the UK and Ireland records of Cantharellus cibarius (Chanterelle)

Suggested Literature

Cantharellus cibarius may be covered by literature listed under:

BIOTA
(living things)
Eukaryota
(eukaryotes)
FUNGI
(true fungi)
BASIDIOMYCOTA
(spore droppers)
AGARICOMYCETES
(a class of fungi)
AGARICOMYCETIDAE
(a subclass of basidiomycetes)
CANTHARELLALES
(chanterelles, hedgehog fungi and some fairy clubs and resupinates)
CANTHARELLACEAE
(chanterelles)
Cantharellus
(chanterelles)
Macromycetes (via Cantharellales) Fungi s.l. (via Fungi)

Feeding and other inter-species relationships

Cantharellus cibarius is associated with:

There may be more taxa associated with Cantharellus cibarius listed at higher taxonomic level

FUNGI
(true fungi)

Associated with Cantharellus cibarius:

fruitbody (dying) dying fruitbody is decayed by fruitbody Entoloma parasiticum - a toadstool (Agaricales: Entolomataceae) Legon, N.W. & Henrici, A. with Roberts, P.J., Spooner, B.M. & Watling, R., 2005

Cantharellus cibarius may be associated with more taxa listed at higher taxonomic level

FUNGI
(true fungi)
Macromycetes (via Cantharellales) Fungi s.l. (via Fungi)

Further Information

Notes (MWS) One of the most sought-after edible fungi, the Chanterelle is recognised by its egg yellow colouration and the strongly decurrent gill-like folds. When fresh it smells of apricot.

References

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