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Small, pale to brightly coloured mushrooms, with poorly developed, decurrent gills, stipe irregularly eccentric, cap becoming irreguarly umbilicate.
Often occurs in large numbers, usually associated with either beech or tea-tree, presumably ectomycorrhizal.
Three species have been reported from New Zealand, only those listed below have descriptions or images available from NZFungi.

Name (click to select)Image (click to enlarge)
 Cantharellus cibarius  
 Cantharellus elsae  
 Cantharellus insignis  
 Cantharellus sp.  
 Cantharellus wellingtonensis