Catalogue of mushrooms I have learned to identify.

Foraged Mushroom 10: Wood Blewit

Lepista/Clitocybe nuda There's something special about the number 10, it's an important number for several reasons, not least, our numerical system.And we love to use it in collections! Top Ten,…

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Foraged Mushroom 8: Amethyst Deceiver

Laccaria amethystina Who wouldn't be impressed by these beautiful purple Mushrooms? Not only are Amethyst Deceivers pretty but they're also edible. Identification Despite the name, these are quite easy to…

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Foraged Mushroom 4: Jelly Ear

Auricularia auricula-judae This one was really easy to identify! Sometimes I'll find a mushroom and then try to identify it, but in this case, I already knew what to look…

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Foraged Mushroom 3: Parasol

Macrolepiota procera This is my favourite foraged mushroom so far! A friend, whom I'd not seen for some years, but has been a great supporter of my blog, invited me…

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Foraged Mushroom 2: Morel

Morchella esculenta Morels, a popular wild edible mushroom are all over the mushroom groups earlier in the year, so I guess it is a Spring Mushroom.I think the online abundance…

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