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Thank you! Don't worry, experimenting with mushrooms is not my thing, maybe one day when I learn... perfectly ;-)
Definitely not a Chanterelle. Looks like Paxillus involutus, but I'm not sure. Some sources list Paxillus involutus as edible, but it has recently been shown to be toxic so definitely don't eat it.
Spotted on May 10, 2013 Submitted on May 10, 2013