#029: Mushroom Morphology: Chanterelles and Trumpets

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  1. November 25, 2016

    […] gilled mushrooms, most notably Lenzites betulina, the “Gilled Polypore” (FFF#168).  The order Cantharellales has also produced species with well-developed, gill-like ridges, although these mushrooms are […]

  2. May 5, 2017

    […] both cases, the mushrooms are considered to have ‘false gills’. The order Cantharellales (see FFF#029) has also produced species with well-developed, gill-like ridges, although these are blunted and […]

  3. July 14, 2017

    […] associations with trees (see FFF#075 for more). Examples from this group include amanitas, chanterelles, and boletes, just to name a few. A surprising number of basidiomycetes are insect pathogens, but […]

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