Not quite as pink in real life! More yellowy!
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Hmm, I was pretty sure this wasn't a milkcap. It definitly wasn't producing any "milk"!
The gills look too fine for H aurantiaca.
Yeah, ah well, just an idea! I've not seen what I know for definite is a false chanterelle in real life and in pictures the gills look fairly fine and crowded.
Each of a False Chanterelle gills forks into two, then each of the forks forks again into two and so on. They have little nobbles at each fork. They are up there with the Fly Agaric as one of the few mushrooms that I recognise without hours of study!
Haha! Fair enough! There's definitly others I know much morw about than the false chanterelle!
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