Northern Bushcraft

Horn Of Plenty

Black Chanterelle , Black Trumpet
  • fruiting body is up to 8 cm broad, funnel-shaped, flaring at the mouth and hollow inside, mouth is dark brown or soot-grey/black.
  • edges become wavy/split in maturity
  • underside is smokey grey, sometimes with a lilac tint.
  • grows on the ground grouped together under conifer/hardwood stands.
  • appears in the early summer and fall.
  • has a mild/pleasant taste and odor; cook before eating.
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