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Orange Grisette

This Amanita rarely seems to have remains of the veil stuck to the cap and the colour intensity varies greatly and can be from bright orange to pale yellow....

Dyers Mazegill

An interesting looking mushroom that alas is inedible but has been used for dying materials for many years hence the common name....

Vermillion Waxcap

A small red Waxcap that is fairly easy to identify as it has a scurfy cap unlike most other Waxcaps which have smooth, greasy caps. Being fairly rare and small...

Golden Waxcap

The Golden Waxcap is fairly common for a waxcap but still uncommon enough to not warrant picking these mushrooms. They can also be easily mistaken for other yellow waxcaps some...

Wrinkled Peach

This beautiful mushroom likes to grow on dead and rotting elm so after the Dutch elm disease outbreak they became quite common, now it is fairly rare although it will...

Weeping Widow

Unlike the name suggests the Weeping Widow is not a poisonous mushroom but has a bitter taste making it rather inedible. The ‘weeping’ seems to refer to the droplets of...

Sheathed Woodtuft

A medium sized, choice edible mushroom but with a potentially deadly poisonous look-a-like, therefore great care should be taken if collecting this species. Can be found at any time of...

Oak Polypore

A very rare big size, annual polypore. One of the four species listed in Schedule 8. of Wildlife and Countryside Act (1981), so it is illegal to pick or even...

Smoky Bracket

A very common, small, annual polypore mushroom with grey pore surface....

Blushing Bracket

A common, medium sized polypore mushroom on hardwoods with a really variable look....