Craterellus incarnatus is only known from the Department of Jura in France. It appears to only be known from the type collection, and there is very little information about its habitat requirements and potential full range. Due to the high levels of uncertainty regarding this species, it is assessed as Data Deficient.
Why suggested for a Global Red List Assessment?
This species has been collected from the Depratment of Jura, in eastern France (Saccardo 1891).
Population and Trends
There is no quantitative information regarding population size and trends.
Population Trend: Uncertain
Habitat and Ecology
This species was collected from clay soil, potentially amongst beeches (based on translation of Saccardo 1891). Further research is needed to confirm, though.
Further information is required regarding the distribution of the species before an assessment of the threats it faces can be made.
Survey work is required in order to get a clearer idea of the full distribution and ecology of this species.
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