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Trattkantarell by MesmerizedByNature Trattkantarell by MesmerizedByNature
~ Craterellus tubaeformis - formerly Cantharellus tubaeformis;
in English, Yellowfoot/Funnel Chanterelle. "Trattkantarell" is it's Swedish name.

One of Sweden's most sought and popular edible mushrooms, rivaled only by the Golden Chanterelle.
It's less common than than its golden relative, but still quite common. :)

23/10-2011
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Forest-Imp Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2013   Photographer
Very tasty, they also can extend the chanterelle season and can flourish in cooler temperatures than others, this was very much the case when i lived in Vermont. Where i now live in the hills of the unglaciated Appalachian Plateau, the hardwood forests and oaks make for ideal chanterelle territory and diversity... at least six Cantharellus and three+ Craterellus... all the Cantharellus are tasty and two of the Craterellus... But my fave for eating of the Cantharellus must now be this one: [link]
Thank you for sharing all of your incredible photographs!
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MesmerizedByNature Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
My pleasure!

well, my favourite eadible mushroom is either this one or the Golden Chantarelle. ~ [link]
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moonKisseDwolf Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012
it just looks delicious! I love its texture!
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MesmerizedByNature Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
:nod: It sure does! :meow:
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Lumbule Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2012
I didn't know that kind of Cantharellus. I've seen and enjoyed eathing the Cantharellus cibarius and Cantharellus lutescens. I'd like to try this one too :)
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MesmerizedByNature Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
well, as I said, it's not Cantharellus anymore. :)
well, it's a very beautiful species at least. ^^
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SMerle Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2012  Professional Photographer
never have seen before. :nod: very interesting. :nod:
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MesmerizedByNature Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you! :thanks:
It's a lovely species! :nod: Tastes great too! :heart:
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MayEbony Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Stunning shot! Much better to photograph first before eating - well done :nod:
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MesmerizedByNature Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you! :blush:
Silly me, I photographed and saw more mushrooms than ever this year, but I picked none. :XD:
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