ART PRINT A4 - Chanterelle
Common chanterelle, Cantharellus cibarius, illustrated by Peter Nielsen.
Printed on heavy FSC paper.
Measures 29.7 x 21 cm.
Common chanterelle, Cantharellus cibarius, is a edible mushroom that grows under beech, oak and spruce. It also thrives on windy places, slopes, moraine and lean plantations due to its demand for an acidic bottom.
The chanterelle has a weak scent of apricot and one can sense a weak dispute in its raw state. The hat is yellow with undulating hat edge, which until it matures is bent inward. The chanterelle slats are powerful and run well down the white-yellow stick, which has a fixed consistency and which is between 2 and 6 cm high. The hat diameter is normally 3-8 cm.
Common chanterelle is found in places with poor soil.