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InvisibleGGreatOne234
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Found a large patch of CChanterellees-IDhelpplease
    #367317 - 08/05/01 07:51 PM (16 years, 2 months ago)

Hello everyone,

Well I found a few Chanterelle patches today. And one of them is Huge!:)

I took my scissors and a paper bag to the site and filled up on 'um. :)

This is the first time Ive ever harvested this mushroom so I need sum extra opinions on the identication of these please..

I am thinking either;

The Yellow-footed Chanterelle
-Cantharellus xanthopus

-or-

Chanterelle
-Cantharellus cibarius

Hellp me i.d. these please!!

Oh and of course i found these in Florida.
-growing on a mulchy nature path,
underneath Live Oak trees.


GG



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OfflineThe Mule
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Re: Found a large patch of CChanterellees-IDhelpplease [Re: GGreatOne234]
    #367326 - 08/05/01 08:19 PM (16 years, 2 months ago)

Do you didn't.
Those are not chanterelles of any kind.
You might consider not eating these unknown mushrooms (maybe tuberia or collybia or something else growing on woodchips).
I cannot say for sure what they are, but I know what they are not.

I know chanterelles.
Chanterelles are I friend of mine.
Those are no chanterelles.


Those who know don't say,
those who say don't know.


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Re: Found a large patch of CChanterellees-IDhelpplease [Re: GGreatOne234]
    #367382 - 08/05/01 10:46 PM (16 years, 2 months ago)

Very definitely not Chantarelles. My guess (from general shape & stature) would be something in Clitocybe; a pinkish sporeprint would confirm this.

Chantarelles can be distinguished by (1) a stalk that is continuous with the cap, (2) blunt, forked or netted decurrent gills, (3) white to cream-colored spores, and (4) stringy, fibrous flesh--resembling cooked chicken meat. Often they develop a sweet apricot scent, most noticeable after storage in a paper bag on the ride home. Nibbled raw they have a pleasantly peppery taste.





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Re: Found a large patch of CChanterellees-IDhelpplease [Re: Woodsman]
    #367411 - 08/05/01 11:44 PM (16 years, 2 months ago)

Looks like Hygrocybe or Psilocybin cubensis get a better picture of the stipe and a spore print, are the gills attached, is there a veil or remnants of one. Are all the stalks central. Get off your ass and describe in full detail your observations. etc. etc.



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Re: Found a large patch of CChanterellees-IDhelpplease [Re: Woodsman]
    #367414 - 08/05/01 11:48 PM (16 years, 2 months ago)

Well they do have white to cream colored spores allright..

I dunno, it sure did get me excited to see that many mushrooms though!~
--The patch is at least 20 times larger than what you see in the pic.

I had a professional mycologist take a look at the pic and said; "The mushrooms in the photograph are gilled mushrooms whose genus I cannot determine on the basis of the photograph. They are certainly not any species of chanterelle."

oh well..



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Re: Found a large patch of CChanterellees-IDhelpplease [Re: GGreatOne234]
    #367433 - 08/06/01 12:25 AM (16 years, 2 months ago)

Ya, thats the key right there, the gills. Chanterelles do not have gills like other mushrooms. They are like ridges.
I got about 10 different kinds of chantys on Mt. Elphie! One grows year 'round..the winter c.







Take a trip to the Spore Lab @:
http://www.SporeLab.com
email: getspores@sporelab.com

Edited by CaptainMaxMushroom on 08/05/01 11:31 PM.



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Re: Found a large patch of CChanterellees-IDhelpplease [Re: GGreatOne234]
    #367437 - 08/06/01 12:29 AM (16 years, 2 months ago)

Still, it is nice to see you getting excited about finding chanterelles!

With C. cibarius the books mention the pumkiny-apricoty-fruity smell, which is very distinctive, but they often do not mention the fact that a C. cibariys tears like cooked breast meat of chicken, with the same stringy consitency.

good luck, happy hunting.


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Edited by The Mule on 08/06/01 12:00 AM.



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Re: Found a large patch of CChanterellees-IDhelpplease [Re: The Mule]
    #367446 - 08/06/01 12:44 AM (16 years, 2 months ago)

did you talk to peele? Oh yea i forgot what you said. too bad. Head up to the panhandle for the hurrricane party so you can redeem your pictures and collect the crooks pictures. old bulah highway mile post eight. Island in the woods 1 miles north of road. Where not a bunch of myans passing information down from one to the next so describe that mushroom better or eat it if taste good. . and have somone record your reaction. than make up any old name. and carve it in stone.



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