Cantharellus tubaeformis - The hat reaches 20 - 60 mm in diameter; yellow-brown or gray-brown; the young sporocarps have a convex hat, initially recessed, which in the older fruitbodies becomes funnel-shaped and then trumpet; it is thin-skinned, with small scales or smooth; the margin is initially bent in young specimens and then, as it grows, it becomes bent upwards and bent.
Gray-brown or gray-yellow slat; clear; thick; rare; forked; connected with transversal veins; converging far on the shaft.
Gray-yellow stem, turning yellow towards the base; cavernous; tubular; often bent.
Flesh yellowish-white, fibrous, thin; weak odor; mild taste.
Occurrence: very common in coniferous forests; grows primarily under spruce, less often under pines; fruiting bodies appear from July to November, usually gregarious; they are happy to grow next to cut trunks.
Value: good edible fungus; very tasty.