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Cauliflower Fungus

This odd looking though tasty woodland fungus maybe tricky to clean, but it is very easy to identify....

Stinking Dapperling

This is a common mushroom in Autumn and can often be found individually or in large numbers. It’s toxicity is in question but as other small Dapperlings can be very...

Orange Peel Fungus

A very unusual, completely unmistakable, and edible mushroom....

White Saddle

This is a slightly toxic but very unusual mushroom, one of the spore shooters that fire their spores out of their wrinkled caps rather than drop them from underneath....

Elfin Saddle

This is a slightly toxic but very unusual mushroom, one of the spore shooters that fire their spores out of their wrinkled caps rather than drop them from underneath....

Common Bonnet

A common Mycena found growing in clusters on well rotted wood with distinctive cross or toothed gills. It can be found year round but is more likely to be found...

Yellow Morel

If you are very lucky, you will find this far from common, excellent tasting mushroom in Spring. All Morels must be well cooked before consumption....

Golden Scalycap

The Golden Scalycaps are very noticeable mushrooms with their golden yellow colours. They are fairly common growing in tufts on live and felled trees. Accurate identification to species is difficult...

False Morel

The False Morel is a Spring mushroom that contains the toxin gyromitrin. Raw or simply cooked it can be very toxic, even deadly when enough is consumed. Compare the cap...

Deadly Fibrecap

The Deadly Fibrecap is a very poisonous mushroom containing a lethal concentration of the toxin muscarine. This Summer season mushroom is notorious for staining bright red in all parts and...