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Discussion in 'Texas' started by Mushroom Geologist, Apr 5, 2020.
For sure cinnabars, Good find.
Nearly filled a 2.5 gallon bucket up of morels (meant to say chanterelles) yesterday. They are blooming like crazy here after the rains a few days ago. Unfortunately no rain in the forecast over the next 10 days.
I didn't think morels were so active with temperatures this high. Will have to keep a closer eye out for those throughout the summer as well.
LOL. Meant to say chanterelles.
That makes more sense. Haha. Nice job! My Dad cooked up a handful of cinnabars and said they were delicious...first time he and my mom had ever had them. He found some yellow chanterelles as well that look like the Texas Native. I plan to head east the next time they get some decent rain.
I found these today. The ones on the right are definitely chanterelles. The ones on the left seemed like they had truer gills and they were also more brown on top. Please help in identifying.
When in doubt throw them out. They don't look like chants to me. Not sure what they are.
No dam rain and no chanterelles. Ran in the forecast for next weekend. Hoping for the best.
Dry Dry Dry. The rain we got a week ago was just not enough to get chanterelles to pop up in mass. Just a few here and there. More rain in the forecast. Hopefully a good one and not a weak shower.
Remind me where you're at? I'm heading to Mineola and Lindale right now and was hoping there was enough rain over the past few days in Mineola to spur some growth.
Never searched for Chanterelles before, but I found several of these on my property. Can anyone tell me what they are please? Thanks
Looks like a Cantharellus lateritius or a chanterelle of some kind! Nice find.
Those are chanterelles for sure. Better eating than morels...or so my wife says. They have less of an earthy/nutty flavor and more of a mellow kinda fruity flavor.