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Went out for some early scouting at my favorite hunting grounds and was pleasantly surprised to find chanterelles already up and tons of little ones begging for rain. These were found on west facing slopes in Mt. Hood National Forest at 2400ft.
These chanterelles look perfect don't they! BUT ALAS!!
anyone know wtf is happening to these chanterelles? I can't bring myself to eat these.
some babies for coming weeks
hiding in the duff
unknown to me but beautiful
and the chanterelle bounty. not bad for the weather we've had.
I've seen those knobby top on chants before. Didn't stop me from eating them! Your unknown looks like a Coltricia species. Nice finds!
-------------------- Mr. Mushrooms said: I will confess something that should be quite obvious, CC. I love mushrooms, i.e. fungi. I really do. I am talking about a strong feeling, i.e. emotion, for them. I think they are beautiful. I even dream of them.