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Orange Bolete

Although called an Oak Bolete this mushroom can be found under Poplar, Aspen, Beech or Birch as well, making the identification between other Leccinums difficult. Must be well cooked before...

Poplar Mushroom

Not very well known in the UK but it’s an excellent edible, often found in large quantities. It’s highly appreciated in other parts of the World....

Dusky Puffball

A small darkly coloured Puffball found mainly in coniferous woodland. It’s edibility is suspect so it has been placed in the inedible section....

Crimson Waxcap

One of the larger Waxcaps, the Crimson Waxcap is less common than the Scarlet Waxcap but can grow in large numbers in the right conditions which means fields, meadows and...

Bitter Beech Bolete

Although not poisonous, this mushroom will ruin any dish you put it in due to its extreme bitterness.

Geranium Scented Russula

In some years the Geranium Scented Russula can be very common under Beech trees. This mushroom is more inedible and very hot rather than poisonous but is included in this...

Larch Bolete

A very common Suillus when around Larch trees. The Suillus grevillei variant badius is rarer, has a chestnut brown cap and is mainly found in Western Scotland.  ...

Blackening Polypore

A common Polypore which can be found growing in large numbers at the base of Beech and Oak trees from Summer to Autumn.  ...

Lurid Bolete

This mushroom is edible if well cooked but great caution should be taken in distinguishing it from very similar toxic species, not a mushroom we recommend for the table without...

Scarletina Bolete

This mushroom is a great edible if well cooked but great caution should be taken in distinguishing it from any toxic Boletes, not a mushroom we recommend for the novice...