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Old Jul 22, 2015, 3:43 pm   #1
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Chanterelles

Would one find these under pine trees? I was wondering around on my lunch break at work and spotted tons of yellow mushrooms that look like these but after some research i see these are mainly found in hardwoods...

This is not my picture but the ones I found look very similiar to these. If I get a chance I will pick a few after work and take some pictures.
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Old Jul 23, 2015, 1:57 am   #2
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Re: Chanterelles

The picture you posted has gills.
The only yellow mushroom that I am familiar with that grows around pines is Chicken Fat Suillus, which is a pore fungus. Chicken Fats should be just starting, as they grow, according to the Audubon Guide, from July-October, under Eastern White Pines. Here is what I posted last October when I found some in Van Buren County at Van Buren State Park in September, 2014. I found some on 9/12 and 9/30. They were found under and around an Eastern White Pine in the day-use picnic area near the beach.
http://michiganmorels.com/funtalk/sh...ad.php?t=17788

BTW, what kind of pine were your mushrooms under?
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Old Jul 23, 2015, 9:26 am   #3
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Re: Chanterelles

Idk the picture looks like a golden chant to me. If it has false gills, typically forking out at the cap, should be good. We need good pics of the mushrooms you found.
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Old Jul 23, 2015, 9:54 am   #4
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Can't zoom in too well. Looks like a golden chant.
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Old Jul 23, 2015, 11:39 am   #5
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Re: Chanterelles

I never got the chance to pick some after work. I will get some tonight and check out the gills... From Jochs post I would guess the ones i found look more like Chicken Fat Suillus.

I am not familiar with types of pine trees so i wouldn't be able to tell you what type it is but I'll do some research and see if I can't figure it out.
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Old Jul 23, 2015, 2:42 pm   #6
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Ok so i got out there on lunch to take pictures and they are not Chants. They don't have gills and are porus. I'm betting they are Chicken Fat Suillus. Here are some pics i took.
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Old Jul 24, 2015, 1:38 pm   #7
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Re: Chanterelles

I found chants yesterday under pines south of Bloomington Indiana. The area was full of very small chants that will be ready in a week or two.
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Old Jul 24, 2015, 6:32 pm   #8
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Well apparently these chicken fats are still edible but not highly sought after haha... I may see if some fresh ones pop up after the next rain and try a few of them.
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Re: Chanterelles

The trees in the photos appear to be Eastern White Pines, and the yellow mushrooms have pores rather than gills. I'd say you have found some Chicken Fat Suillus mushrooms. The photos of the mushrooms look like what I found last fall in Van Buren County and Van Buren State Park under and near an Eastern White Pine.
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Oh I think I've seen those before
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