Hygrophoropsis aurantiaca (Wulfen) Maire, 1921 (syn: Agaricus aurantiacus Wulfen, 1781; Agaricus subcantharellus Sowerby, 1809; Cantharellus aurantiacus (Wulfen) Fr., 1821 (ambiguous synonym); Cantharellus aurantiacus Krombh., 1841 (ambiguous synonym); Cantharellus aurantiacus var. aurantiacus (Wulfen) Fr., 1821 ……; Cantharellus brachypodus Chevall., 1826; Cantharellus ravenelii Berk. & M. A. Curtis, 1853; Cantharellus rufescens Fr., 1838; Clitocybe aurantiaca (Wulfen) Stud.-Steinh., 1900 ….; Hygrophoropsis aurantiaca var. aurantiaca (Wulfen) Maire, 1921 ……..; Merulius aurantiacus (Wulfen) J. F. Gmel., 1792; Merulius brachypodis (Chevall.) Kuntze, 1891; Merulius nigripes Pers., 1801; Merulius ravenelii (Berk. & M. A. Curtis) Kuntze, 1891; Merulius rufescens (Fr.) Kuntze, 1891);          
 
Here Falscher-Pfefferling-(HYGROPHOROPSIS AURANTIACA) ᅵᅵ edible but just a few of them. Better not to eat.ᅵ
This is Falscher-Pfefferling meaning look alike of Pfefferling (CANTHARELLUS CIBARIUS).
Pfefferling is one of the very very good mushrooms, but is not easy to find.
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Btw. People looking for mushrooms meet other people in the park /wood. They show eachother what they found but never tell where they found the mushrooms, keep them secret.
http://www.123pilze.de/DreamHC/Download/FalscherPfifferling.htm
ᅵᅵᅵ look alike of
http://www.123pilze.de/DreamHC/Download/Pfiffi.htm


 
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