What is another word for Cantharellus Floccosus?

Pronunciation: [kˈanθe͡ələs flˈɒkɒsəs] (IPA)

Cantharellus floccosus, also known as the woolly chanterelle, has several synonyms. In Latin, it is also referred to as Cantharellus laniger or Cantharellus montanus. In English, it is also commonly called the snowy chanterelle or the Alpine chanterelle. This edible mushroom is characterized by its funnel-like shape and yellowish-brown color with a woolly texture on the cap and stem. It grows in coniferous and deciduous forests, especially in Alpine regions. As a member of the Cantharellus genus, it is closely related to the common chanterelle (Cantharellus cibarius) and is prized by foodies for its delicate nutty flavor.

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