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Cauliflower Fungus

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

Pine Bolete

A great tasting mushroom that looks and tastes like the Penny Bun, the slight differences are the cap being red/brown instead of dark brown and the off white, slightly red...

Grisettes

From now on we use “Grisettes” as a colloquial term to refer all the ringless Amanita species (Amanita sect. Vaginatae). Their species level determination, based on macroscopic features only, is...

Slippery Jack

This slimy topped mushroom is common to Pine plantations and can usually be found close to paths in late Summer and Autumn. One of the few Bolete species to have...

Sepia Bolete

A rather unspectacular Bolete that can be difficult to identify to species, particularly as it ages. Although edible, this mushroom is rather tasteless and has a very spongy texture....

White Domecap

A pure white mushroom usually growing in fairly dense clusters beside woodland paths. There is controversy over the edibility of this mushroom due to a report of toxins causing genetic...

Funeral Bell

The aptly named Funeral Bell contains the same toxins as the Deathcap so it is a good mushroom to get to know and avoid. It has quite a few similar...

Scarlet Caterpillarclub

The commonest Cordyceps species growing in the UK although being small can make it hard to find....

Fleecy Milkcap

A large Milkcap that can grow up to 30cm in diameter and exudes abundant amounts of milk/latex making it fairly easy to identify....

Shaggy Scalycap

The Shaggy Scalycap or Shaggy Pholiota can grow in large clusters and feels dry for a Pholiota. The scales on the cap and stem are from a universal veil which...