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Old Aug 25, 2009, 2:29 am   #1
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What kind of chants are these?

I'm thinking either Craterellus tubaeformis or Canthrellus minor. They stem was hollow, even in the youngest, all the way through and it was natural - not a result of bugs. The flesh was thin. I'd say C. tubaeformis except for the fact they were all rather yellow compared to the description.
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Old Aug 26, 2009, 5:16 pm   #2
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Re: What kind of chants are these?

Ok - took a spore print and its almost a light peach colored. Maybe C. minor or C. xanthopus. Not sure which yet.
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Old Aug 26, 2009, 10:17 pm   #3
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Re: What kind of chants are these?

Vamce were they growing on the ground or old rotted wood? mike
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Old Aug 26, 2009, 10:26 pm   #4
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Re: What kind of chants are these?

In all locations it appeared to be out of the ground. I did get a solid spore print and it looked lightly peach colored. I've done some more checking since my last post and I'm pretty certain it isn't C. xanthopus, no scales on any part of it. I'm starting to think I have C. tubaeformes. I put them down to dry this evening and picked out another one that looks more like the ones in the first picture and put it down for a spore print. Sure looks like C. minor but we'll see I guess.
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Re: What kind of chants are these?

Can't help you with the I.D. Sorry. My experience lies well behind yours. But your photos have inspired me to make an extra effort to get out. We've been getting rain this week in central Michigan, so that will hopefully translate into fungi in a day or two.
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Re: What kind of chants are these?

No problem, Lyle. It sounds like they've been doing well on the mushrooms east of Lansing. Get over into the Rose Lake nature area and I bet you'll find something. And as far as experience goes, well, I'm still a freshman as far as I am concerned but thanks.
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