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Spotted in PNPGerês in Malhadoura mountain
people i adeed one more photo taken by my wife, where we can see the top,that is not flat like i told but with a little funnel in the top
Yes and no - I checked the European Chantarelle species - but couldn't find a match - maybe there are more species than I found. Maybe Vlad can tell. Or Alex.
:) and do you think it could bee a chanterelle?
Agreed. My bad - sorry.
Lars in the wikipedia link there is this info "They are distinguished by their lack of gill-like structures on the underside of their caps." and this one have gill's forming a structure,so it cant be Craterellus,dont you agreed?
Nice one, António - looks like a Trumpet to me (genus Craterellus)
:) it was a way of speaking see it http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/148...
"borning" ? you must add a picture of that too.
emma i think is a chanterelle in last stage i two spotted one "borning"
Thanks Argy,it's flat on top
That's an interesting one Antonio. I can't quite see into it. Is it a funnel or flat across the top?
Emma :) i realy dont know by memory,i have to go to my mushroom guides to confirm :) i was living precisely when i saw your comment,on this one,tommorow i'll be here almost during al day :) i have a sunday for me at last :) so, have a good nigth my friend and thanks for your allways super nice comments and concern
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Spotted on Oct 1, 2012 Submitted on Oct 7, 2012