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Author 'Ecmyco' : Hello, Here is a true between the fideles! It is thrust by thrust at the same place, over the years under of beeches and hornbeams ages.
Moreover, there grows quickly, it provides a multitude of small hats a recovering with the knife sharpens when password just below the surface of the fungus, as for a hair cut, in delaissant the trunk and Central branches which can be toughest and too fragrant. As good as some chanterelles!

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Identification > Author Ecmyco [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jun 11, 2012
Hello, in fact this champi quite common is called the Polypore in umbel , Dendropolyporus umbellatus. This is not a chanterelle.
> Manu [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jun 11, 2012
Here is a beautiful carpet of these fungi: 5: nice making these: 1: congratulations and thank you: 18:
 > Author Ecmyco [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jun 11, 2012
Good evening Manu, this is wrong on the photo, but the champi, full of small hats grey-brown mass, is ball. As a cauliflower with a multitude of hats. Is sometimes called the chicken-de-bois .
> Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jun 11, 2012
: 1: I often meet in the Woods, never I dare not eat on! : 3:: 6:
 > Author Ecmyco [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jun 11, 2012
Good evening Catherine, this fungus is quite rare: its small hats are tiny pores with a less than face...
Identification > Kaenafelix [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jun 11, 2012
We call chanterelles cendrees or grey but I do not know their name learned...: 18:
 > Author Ecmyco [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jun 11, 2012
Good evening Kaenafelix, this is a single fungus, and is not a chanterelle.
Lots of small fixed hats on a tree or a cauliflower.
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