Cantharellus viscosus

Bigger than C. concinnus, smaller than C. aff. confluens. Common on the Sunshine coast, in 2019 I found some near Maxville and Northern NSW. The Chanterelles are around the same time that the Bunyas drop in QLD but later in NSW.

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Closeup of the woven network.

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Growing in leaf mulch within a mixed Eucalypt Casuarina forest. Sunshine Coast Qld.

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Chanterelles lack true gills, instead they have folds with networks of interwoven veins.

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Various shapes and sizes.

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Cantharellus viscosus

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WA Chanterelles

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