Samiksha Jaiswal

Cantharellus friesii

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Kingdom  Fungi
Order  Cantharellales
Genus  Cantharellus
Higher classification  Cantharellus
Division  Basidiomycota
Family  Cantharellaceae
Scientific name  Cantharellus friesii
Rank  Species
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Similar  Cantharellus, Cantharellus amethysteus, Ashen chanterelle, Cantharellus pallens, Cantharellaceae

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Cantharellus friesii, the orange or velvet chanterelle, is a fungus native to Asia and Europe. The cap color varies from deep yellow to reddish orange and is 2–4 cm wide. It occurs in beech, fir and spruce forests. C. friesii is considered a good edible mushroom, but because of its rarity, it deserves protection. The specific epithet friesii honors the mycologist Elias Magnus Fries.

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