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Deadly Webcap

The Deadly Webcap can be hard to identify as there are quite a few orange/brown capped species in the Cortinarius genus. This Webcap contains orellanin, a deadly poisonous compound that...

Clustered Domecap

This is a large, frequent, and edible mushroom noted for its groups of ten or more caps – its scientific species name, decastes, means groups of ten. It often grows...

Fenugreek Milkcap

The Fenugreek Milkcap is a poisonous mushroom but due to it’s strong fenugreek or stock cube smell and taste has been used in some countries after thorough boiling, drying and...

Snakeskin Grisette

One of the Grisette section within the broader Amanita genus. Typically a chunky mushroom, with the cap usually narrower than the length of the stem. It has no ring, emerges...

Pale Chanterelle

A larger, paler and less often recorded relative of Chanterelle. It is edible, often collected in European countries, however valued less than its famous cousin....

Amethyst Chanterelle

One of the less common members of the edible chanterelle family. It was considered a variety of the common chanterelle but is now regarded as a separate species. Just as...

White Dapperling

This mushroom is for experienced foragers only due to its similarity to the deadly poisonous Destroying Angel....

Cinnamon Bracket

A cinnamon coloured, medium sized polypore, no matter from where do you look at it. As far as we know, it is the only toxic polypore mushroom in Europe....

Smoky Bracket

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

Common Rustgill

An easy to identify family of mushrooms, the Rustgills have rusty looking gills and this one is common and can grow in large numbers on conifer debris or woodchip....