When: 2008-09-22

Collection location: Bavaria, Germany [Click for map]

Who: AL'S (Sig)

No specimen available

Found in the Forest on Moss ,in a Scattered-Cluster .The Cap is Brownish with a hole in the Center ,it seems the hole goes down(center) with the Stem is a warm Yellowish and(Tubular).

Proposed Names

83% (1)
Recognized by sight: Its common name in Germany is the Trompetenpfifferling. It is also a good edible species.
These hollow, thin-fleshed chanterelles are often refered to as “tubies” (two-bees) for the tube-like quality of the stem.

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same great mushroom, new great name…
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2008-09-24 18:59:13 -05 (-0500)
By: AL'S (Sig)
2008-09-22 17:56:29 -05 (-0500)

Cantharellus tubaeformis is good to me or What the other so helpful MO people think also .
Thank You

I pulled the name from a European chanterelle book.
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2008-09-22 12:13:12 -05 (-0500)
Wasn’t sure what name to put on these…
By: Douglas Smith (douglas)
2008-09-22 10:55:28 -05 (-0500)

I pretty much know what name to put on these for out here, but I’m confused about what is in use in Europe. Shouldn’t these be Craterellus, not Cantharellus in any case? Have people (or someone) decided if the European stuff is or isn’t the same species as what is here in the US? I guess there is some suggestion to try and make the western stuff Craterellus neotubaeformis, and the eastern stuff just Craterellus tubaeformis…