Cantharellus roseolus is a poorly known species, reported only from Épagny, France. There is no readily available specimen of this species, and further work is urgently needed regarding this taxon’s status. Given the high levels of uncertainty surrounding this species it is assessed as Data Deficient.
Why suggested for a Global Red List Assessment?
Chanterelle project, but is considered to be a part of belong to Cr. tubaeformis
It appears as if there is no type specimen of this species (Eyssartier and Buyck 2000), with the original collection record by drawing. This collection took place in forest in Épagny, France (see Eyssartier and Buyck 2000).
Population and Trends
There is no quantitative information regarding the species’ population size or trend.
Population Trend: Uncertain
Habitat and Ecology
The original collection was made in forest (Eyssartier and Buyck 2000).
Without further information regarding the full range of the species, it is not possible to accurately assess the threats it may face.
Collection of a specimen of this species, and evaluation of its taxonomic placement is a priority. Additionally, further survey work should be conducted to get a clearer idea of its full distribution.