chanterelles?

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  1. RiverDweller

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    So glad you got out there to go hunting Major! Congrats on the Chants and Black Trumpets! Looks like you had a great time and I hope your dinner was awesome!
     
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    Sadly we didn't get to eat them, I put em in our gear bag and caladryl leaked on most of em
     
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    I've got some of the golden ones in my front yard but I haven't seen those in two years. It's hot as hell here maybe the high temps brought em out?
     
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    yea, they are a summer species. I remember last year I was picking them in August, it was 100f and 100% humidity. I was sweating so bad, it ran down my arm and ruined my last camera :(
     
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    yep,same here,it was so hot,I was surprised that they were fruiting!!!
     
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    that's good to know, i was afraid their season would be fleeting. it's storming again at that park now i think, or at least in the area. we've got some storms coming in hopefully that will bring out some more stuff to find of any kind. now i just need to try and come up with three dollars to get in the park again!
     
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    damn,if I had to have three dollars every time I wanted to hunt,I would never be able hunt again:-(I can't even remember the last time I had a dime let alone three whole dollars!
     
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    whats that? above your avatar? I never saw that banner before!
     
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    I have no idea how that happened, ...

    I was creating a custom usergroup for alan for a tag for him. A mush doc/ expert id tag, ... and somehow the shit got frozen. I have no idea how the hell it ended up putting kbg into the user group but it did,.

    Sorry for the tease brother. :(
     
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    Oh,I knew it was a mistake,that's why I didn't even say anything;-)
     
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    Yea, I can't figure out why it is doing it. I jsut redid the whole usergroup and this time it added the tag to truot's account.

    All I can think of is maybe the image file name is fucking with the path or somehting.

    I give up for now. I just went in and double stacked alan's rank instead. He is officially the first MD/EI holder. Pretty impressive stuff.
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    In the next couple days I will redesign the tags so they fit in together with a border and matching text.

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    What sttate was the second mushroom down growing in? I have seen this chanterelle only once before in Ohio. I am also told they grow in Chicago. I think its something special and prehaps undescribed. I may have a few questions about it. If you find one that looks like that again photograph a few and dry them.

    John
     
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    you've certainly piqued my interest john, I'm a chanterelle fanatic :) What about it looks "special" ?
     
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    I can only comment on the one time that I saw and photographed it but it seemed a little smaller, like that helps a lot lol. It also It also stained reddish at places and had green tones and bruising at places. I do not know and any chanterelle other than this probably undescribed one that has green staining.
     
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    Well mr chanterelle fanatic,I bet you a million bucks since all our other mushrooms never got to fruit this year,that we wont have a chanterelle season either:-(Oh wait,you get to leave this hell hole you lucky son of a mushroom:)
     
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    I bet we still find some KGB, gotta know where to look! My Mushroom observer observation location in S. illinois was killing it last season, I picked 15 pounds and left 50 lbs :)
    @ John, Hmmm, Some of the mushrooms I called ]Cantherellus appalachiensis developed a greenish tinge in the high humidity of last summer, of course they also stained red. Look @ these S7303869.jpg Obviously, it's hard to make a definitive judgement based on one pic, but could these be it? or no?
     
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    Yes there is a Cantherellus appalachiensis like thing that has the red and green thing going on with it. I need to look in to how the northern Cantherellus appalachiensis differs from the southern Cantharellus tabernensis.

    John
     
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    cantherellus tabernensis, I never heard of that. There is another c. appalachiensis in my chanterelle folder, that looks more like what one would expect. I don't know if it would be of any assistance :shrug2: Also John, You're fully welcome to use any picture I have for any purpose, no credit necessary :) I'd be honored just to have one published somewhere :)
     
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