Thanks to a new friend up in Far North Queensland we were happy to hear of a large FNQ chanterelle find up that way. Apparently there were thousands below what appeared to be a very large Idiospermum tree although this identification is still being confirmed.
Similar to our previous find these are fairly large yellow ‘smooth’ chanterelles with fairly thin cap margins, and smooth rather than thick, distinct pseudogills/veins.
Hopefully this time we will successfully obtain a viable specimen for DNA purposes.
As an update – we’ve had some issues with our website and as a consequence only recently found out we had petri dish culture orders.
We plan on having a break from culture and bag sales as we are working on a few larger scale grow projects with varying levels of success. These include a large enoki (wild type v regular) varieties and some other projects.