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Mushroom ID

 
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Location: Germany/Cologne - Finland/Savonlinna
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Hey, found a couple of weird looking mushrooms on our Island in Finland.

Anyone able to identify it?

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No one?
 
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First post here, but looks like a black chanterelle. Do you have a close up of the gills?
 
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No, I have seen black chanterelles before. They have a curved cap. These had spiked caps. Maybe it is a new species, I don't know. There are at least 500 different kinds of mushrooms in Finland. But I haven't found a complete database to search for it.
 
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i know of a large datbase but im not sure how to use it to ID just yet
mushroomexpert.com or something like that
 
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This might possibly be a member of the Thelephora terrestris group- also known as the earth fan or fiber vase. More photos or a habitat description could be helpful here.
 
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