Very good mushrooms. Grows well in conjunction with the hazel and oak in south-central Sweden.
• Thin trumpet-shaped fruiting bodies.
• cap the top side (the trumpet inside) småfjällig, black, more brown in the dry.
• cap the bottom / exterior slightly wrinkled, gray-blue-gray.
• The foot is hollow and the lower part is black.
Suitable for all types of cooking. Is easy to dry for long term storage. Cut like to remove the foot bottom as it often is a bit "woody" in texture.
Grows often in conjunction with oak and hazel, but also occur in coniferous forests rich in herbs.
Krus Chanterelle - is lighter in color, grows more gyttrat.
Grey mushroom - has bags under his hat.
The above species are edible, but should not be picked as mushrooms because of their rarity.