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Dryad's Saddle

The largest capped mushroom in the UK starting early in the year and sometimes lasting until the end of Summer.  ...

Grey Spotted Amanita

This mushroom is not a safe mushroom for novice foragers as it can be difficult to distinguish it from the toxic Panthercap....

Lilac Fibrecap

Very common, poisonous and could be mistaken for the Amethyst Deceiver.

Black Morel

This popular mushroom is a choice edible but must be well cooked before consumption. The Black Morel is now very common in man-made habitats. The scientific name Morchella elata was...

Clouded Agaric

This tasty, common, Autumn mushroom can cause alarming gastric upsets in a number of people so we have placed it in the poisonous section.

Brown Birch Bolete

This common edible Autumn mushroom is not as firm and tasty as the best boletes, but mixed with other mushrooms it’s not bad. Because it’s a very common mushroom it...

The Blusher

Common and available before many other species are out, this is a good eating mushroom but must be cooked before consumption. Great care should be taken identifying this fungi....

Wood Mushroom

A tasty find but the mushrooms have a very short shelf life and need to be used soon after finding them....

Scarlet Waxcap

The Scarlet Waxcap is one of the smaller red waxcaps, can grow in large numbers in the right conditions and can be more gregarious than other red waxcaps and can...

Panthercap

An exciting find, this visually striking mushroom is not overly common. Poisonous, as with some other Amanita species it is often portrayed as deadly in field guides....