Crazy I know, as I only posted last night how difficult it is to do this via the internet! Rogers Mushrooms has sort of helped, but I know about the False Chanterelle and a few others that resemble the humble Pfefferling which aren't on their database. I looked in the mushroom books I own, but not really showing much, and had a look in Rays' Bushcraft book which explains about the chanterelle imposters, but not in any great detail.
So, have a look at this one. Now, I insist I am not gonna eat this one, but I'd like to get a fair idea as I know where a load of these are growing on the ground underneath a beech tree or two. Positively ID'ing it is for the future when I can get hold of a decent field guide, but I reckon it is a chanterelle. If you need more detailed pics, give me a shout before I bin it.