john4352's picture

Is this a chanterelle?

Observed: 5th December 2012 By: john4352john4352’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
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Description:

seen at base of post on estuary path,the large one about 4inches across

Identifications

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

D.M.H.'s picture

No it is most certainly not a

No it is most certainly not a chanterelle! Possibly Gymnopilus if its feeding on the wood.

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trevindevon's picture

Not spelt correctly.

Should be Brown Roll-rim

mattprince1969's picture

Not brown roll rim.. proper view of the stipe would help

As always several shots are best to even have a hope of identifying a 'shroom, A good clear shot of the stipe and gills from underneath would immediately have elminated chanterelle and shown whether it was one of the cortinarius (like gymnopilus).

Colours are variable, but most brown roll rims are dingier and mottled, especially by the time the rim starts to unroll.