I’m catching up on reporting my mushroom foraging finds, especially from autumn last year, when…
The Brown Roll Rim is a common poisonous toadstool in the UK, but still eaten in eastern Europe.
The Sheathed Woodtuft grow in dense clusters on stray stumps and logs of broad-leaved trees - Just like many other brown toadstools too!
The Bay Bolete (Boletus badius or Xerocomus badius) is one of the more common Boletes and fortunately one of the more tasty ones too. Found in mixed woodland from July to November.
The Velvet Shank – Mushroom found in the winter months. Sticky Orange cap and dark velvety smooth stem.