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The chanterelle (Cantharellus cibarius), also called Eierschwämmchen, in Austria and Bavaria Eierschwammerl and Reherl, in Franconia Gelberle, in Saxony Gelchen, in Switzerland also Eierschwämmli, is an edible mushroom from the family of stubble fungi relatives (Hydnaceae).

The chanterelle is a mycorrhizal fungus that forms symbioses with various coniferous and deciduous trees. In Central Europe, the preferred tree partner is the common spruce, followed by the copper beech. In addition, the fungus can be associated with oaks, pines and firs, and rarely with lime trees. The chanterelle colonizes various forest types on moderately dry, base-poor and nutrient-poor soils. In limestone areas, only superficially acidified soils are colonized. It often grows very “gregariously” in young plantations and in more or less open places, only sparsely covered with grasses, perennials and mosses.

Chanterelles offered in Germany mostly come from East-Central European, Baltic and Eastern European countries, but also from the Atlas Mountains.

Active substances with antiviral, antioxidant, anticancer and antibiotic effects have been discovered in all chanterelle species. They are also rich in vitamins and minerals.

All chanterelle species are protected in Germany; they are listed as “specially protected” in Appendix 1 of the Federal Species Protection Ordinance. They may be collected in small quantities for personal use.

The true chanterelle is a fairly common mushroom. Threatening factors include long-term lack of precipitation, groundwater lowering, forestry intervention and soil compaction by forestry machinery and much trodden forest areas. It is on the Red List in many countries and is therefore restricted for collection.

Chanterelles contain per 100 grams about 6.9 g of carbohydrates (including 1.2 g of sugar), 3.8 g of fiber, 0.5 g of fat and 1.5 g of protein. The nutritional value is 134 kJ (32 kcal).

1. Growing

Growing Procedure


Agar Culture Media: MEA
Containers for fruiting: Outdoor Bed
Biological efficience:
Substrates: Rye Berries, grain mix
PH: 4-5,5

Growing Characteristics

symbiotic fungus




Temp °C
20 22,5 22,5
Relative Humidity %
Duration d
28-35 40-90
CO2 ppm
FAE per h
Light lux

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Natural Habitat

The fruiting bodies of Cantharellus cibarius appear in Central Europe from June to November.

The chanterelle is found in Australia, South America, North Asia, North America and Europe. In Europe, the chanterelle is widespread.

Mixed forest, spring to late fall, regionally often very common

2. Identification



-light yellow to yolk yellow, citrusy


-descending along the stem
-with connected veins






-yellow to cream
-6-8 x 5-7 µm

Danger of confusion

Hygrophoropsis aurantiaca, Omphalotus olearius, Cortinarius limonius, Cantharellus amethysteus, Cantharellus friesii, Cantharellus pallens, Hygrophoropsis rufa, Cantharellus melanoxeros, Hygrocybe turunda, Cortinarius rubellus,

© Kyle Canan (myconaut710)

3. Consuming


Cantharellus cibarius has been a popular edible mushroom since ancient times and is traded in large quantities. Its spicy smell and peppery note make this mushroom a delicacy.


from white to yellow


aromatic, slightly spicy, peppery


aromatic, fresh, fruity, mushroomy

Nutritional content per 100g

Water 89.8g
Energy 32kcal
Energy 135kJ
Protein 1.49g
Total lipid (fat) 0.53g
Ash 1.26g
Carbohydrate, by difference 6.86g
Fiber, total dietary 3.8g
Sugars, total including NLEA 1.16g
Sucrose 0g
Glucose 1.16g
Fructose 0g
Lactose 0g
Maltose 0g
Galactose 0g
Calcium, Ca 15mg
Iron, Fe 3.47mg
Magnesium, Mg 13mg
Phosphorus, P 57mg
Potassium, K 506mg
Sodium, Na 9mg
Zinc, Zn 0.71mg
Copper, Cu 353mg
Manganese, Mn 286mg
Selenium, Se 2.2µg
Thiamin 15mg
Riboflavin 215mg
Niacin 4.8mg
Pantothenic acid 1.8mg
Vitamin B-6 44mg
Folate, total 2µg
Folic acid 0µg
Folate, food 2µg
Folate, DFE 2µg
Vitamin D (D2 + D3), International Units 212IU
Vitamin D (D2 + D3) 5.3µg
Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) 5.3µg
Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) 0µg
Fatty acids, total trans 0µg
Stigmasterol 0mg
Campesterol 1mg
Beta-sitosterol 0mg

© U.S. Department Of Agriculture

4. Data

other names

Chinesisch (traditionell) 雞油菇
Chinesisch (vereinfacht) 鸡油菌
Deutsch Echter Pfifferling
Deutsch Eierschwammerl
Deutsch Pfifferling
Dänisch Almindelig kantarel
Englisch Golden Chanterelle
Estnisch harilik kukeseen
Finnisch keltavahvero
Französisch Girolle
Galizisch Cantarelo
Italienisch Finferlo
Italienisch Galletto
Italienisch Gallinaccio
Italienisch Gialletto
Japanisch アンズタケ
Karanga chihombiro
Katalanisch Rossinyol
Katalanisch Vaqueta
Koreanisch 꾀꼬리버섯
Litauisch Valgomoji voveraitė
Nahuatl Tecosa
Niederländisch Hanenkam
Norwegisch kantarell
Polnisch Pieprznik jadalny
Portugiesisch Rapazinho
Russisch Лисичка обыкновенная
Schwedisch Kantarell
Shona chihumbiro
Spanisch Anacate
Spanisch Chantarela
Spanisch Rebozuelo
Thailändisch เห็ดมันปู
Tschechisch liška obecná
Türkisch kantarel mantarı
Türkisch sarıkız mantarı
Ukrainisch Лисичка справжня
Ungarisch Sárga rókagomba
Wissenschaftl. Name Cantharellus cibarius
Wissenschaftl. Name Cantharellus cibarius cibarius
Zezuru chihombiri

other names

Agaricus Cantharellus, Merulius Cantharellus, Cantharellus Vulgaris, Merulius Cibarius, Cantharellus Rufipes, Cantharellus Cibarius Var. Amethysteus, Cantharellus Cibarius Var. Rufipes, Craterellus Amethysteus, Craterellus Cibarius, Merulius Amethysteus, Alectorolophoides Cibarius, Chanterel Cantharellus, Cantharellus Edulis Sacc, Cantharellus Pallens, Cantharellus Cibarius Var. Amethysteus, Cantharellus Neglectus, Chanterel Chantarellus, Cantharellus Cibarius Var. Albidus, Cantharellus Pallens, Merulius Cibarius, Echter Pfifferling, Eierschwamm, Rehgeiserl, Reherl, Gelblättriger Pfifferling, Eierleistling, Dotterpilz, Echter Gelbling, Eierpilz, Recherl, Rehfüßchen, Eierschwammerl, Galluschel, Göbn, Gähling, Gänschen, Gallitschel, Gänsel, Schweinsfüsserl, Geelchen, Gehling, Gelbchen, Rilling, Gelbhänel, Gemeiner Pfifferling, Gelberla, Zechling, Marillenschwamm, Gelböhrchen, Gelbschwammerl, Nagerl, Goassrehling, Pfefferling, Rehgeiss, Rehgaißl, Rehling, Schweinsfüßerl, Röllchen, Zederling, Pfiffi

Kingdom Fungi

Division Basidiomycota
Class Agaricomycetes
Order Cantharellales
Family Cantharellaceae
Genus Cantharellus
Species C. cibarius
Ecology Mycorrhizal

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