A late Autumn mushroom that can often still be found in Spring.
This mushroom must be well cooked before consumption and it has been reported that it can cause a reaction in a small number of people so only try a small amount the first time you eat it and wait to see if it affects you.
|Common Names||The Goblet|
|Scientific Name||Pseudoclitocybe cyathiformis|
|Average Mushroom height (CM)||10|
|Average Cap width (CM)||7|
Some Clitocybe mushrooms but these can be differentiated from Pseudoclitocybe as the later has forked gills while the Clitocybes don’t.
White. Ovoid, ellipsoid. You should scrape your spores into a small pile to get an accurate spore colour.
Taste / Smell
Mushroomy. Must be cooked before consumption.