Craterellus ignicolor  ‘Flame-colored Chanterelle’ (4 Photos and Description)

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Looks a lot like a more orange, slightly larger version of Cratrellus tubaeformis with its brownish cap. Center is depressed and develops a hole (appearing like a trumpet). Found in damp conifer woods and/or moss. Hymenium (pore surface) is pale cream to yellowish. These are not only edible, but they are also used to create yellow dyes.

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Craterellus ignicolor 

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Craterellus ignicolor 

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Craterellus ignicolor