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Hey there. First post and first time looking for chanterelles. Can you guys verify these are chanterelles? After a little research I think they are the smooth variety. Found south of Martinsville. They were found singly or in small clusters growing up out of the soil away from trees.

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On 8/12/2021 at 9:56 AM, LilBit said:

Hey there. First post and first time looking for chanterelles. Can you guys verify these are chanterelles? After a little research I think they are the smooth variety. Found south of Martinsville. They were found singly or in small clusters growing up out of the soil away from trees.

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Likely Cantharellus Lateritius aka smooth chanterelle. 

I've found a few really large amounts of these before.  They taste just as good as a common chanterelle but not as good as a cinnabar red chanty. 

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