Great finds again

15th Oktober 2022

Ceps, Bay Boletes, Brittlegills …

A really nice mushroom excursion with good-humoured participants.

There were also a few familiar faces this time and the time flew by.

We really found many different edible mushrooms, but also many very poisonous or inedible mushrooms.

Especially Death Cap and Destroying Angel were very common, but as beautiful as they are, they are also poisonous.

One participant found a “nest” of Ceps, incredibly beautiful, large and still fresh specimens.

Since I forgot to take a photo, he sent me one.
Many thanks for this ♥

Cep from Sven

Picture send from participant Sven

Dear Ellen, if you are reading this, please get in touch with me about December, somehow your WhatsApp message disappeared. Thanx 🙂

Of course, I also brought along a few photos:

Birch Polypore

Birch Polypore
(Fomitopsis betulina)


Fibrecap – deadly poisionous!
(Inocybe whitei)


Fibrecap – deadly poisionous!
(Inocybe whitei)

Birch Polypore bottom

Birch Polypore bottom
(Good medicinal and vital mushroom)

Mushroom ghost

A funny tree mushroom creature, grown through with branches

Plums and custard

Plums and custard
(Tricholomopsis rutilans)

From time to time, collection baskets or even parts of them cannot be released:

Basket content, not released

Partially, due to mould infestation, not released basket contents.

Not released due Death Cap

Unfortunately, the contents of the basket were blocked because there was a Death Cap among the collected material.

Death Cap

Death Cap – deadly poisonous!
(Amanita phalloides)

This always hurts me myself, but safety first, because in this case even a tiny amount of e.g. broken off gills, which could stick to other mushrooms, lead to organ damage!

Many thanks to my participants for this great excursion ♥


Here too, as always:

The mushrooms presented here and their description NEVER represent a food release!!!! Please always consult a mushroom expert if you cannot determine a mushroom 100%! Because even 99% certainty can be fatal!!!

see also under disclaimer


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