False Chanterelle Hygrophoropsis aurantiaca (Wulfen) Maire (illustrated 45% life size) Cap 2–8cm across, convex to shallowly funnel-shaped, often remaining incurved at the margin; orange-yellow; finely downy. Stem 30–50×5–10mm, often curved; concolorous with the cap or darker. Flesh yellowish to orange; tough; taste and smell mushroomy. Gills decurrent, dichotomously forked, narrow; orange. Spores 5.5–7×4–4.5¼, ellipsoid; dextrinoid. Spore print white. Habitat in coniferous woods and on heaths; autumn. Very common. Said to be edible but has been known to cause alarming symptoms, such as hallucination, in some cases.