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Cantharellus tubaeformis Bull. ex Fr.

Determined: Jan Wipler

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Filenamehouba 135.jpg
KeywordsCantharellus tubaeformis, Cantharellaceae, Fungi
LocalityCzech Republic, Rýmařov, Ruda 26.9.2004
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/17037/?s=1
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  • Winter Chanterelle
  • = Agaricus cantharelloides Bull.
  • = Agaricus cantharelloides (Bull.) Sowerby
  • = Cantharellus cantharelloides Quél.
  • = Cantharellus infundibuliformis (Scop.) Fr.
  • = Cantharellus infundibuliformis var. subramosus Bres.
  • = Cantharellus infundibuliformis var. tubiformis (Bull.) Maire
  • = Cantharellus luteolus Speg.
  • = Cantharellus tubaeformis var. subramosus (Bres.) Cetto
  • = Cantharellus tubaeformis var. tubaeformis (Bull.) Fr.
  • = Craterellus tubaeformis (Bull.) Quél.


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