Big finds

19th Oktober 2022

Spontaneous is often best …

In the late morning, I was irresistibly drawn to the forest, so I grabbed my bike and set off..

I set off without any expectations, I just wanted to visit “my” forest and I was really very richly gifted.

Besides the Cep I have found so far this year, there were many beautiful Scarlentina Boletes, Charcoal Bittlegills, Common Puffballs, Bay Boletes, Red Cracking Boletes, Larch Boletes and a Orange Birch Bolete.

I also met four very nice couples who were happy to take a business card from me, three of them in the forest and one in a meadow on the way home.

Of course I also got lost again, but I wasn’t alone in that, as it turned out a little later ­čÖé

Lurid Bolete

Lurid Bolete
(Suillellus luridus)

Cep

Cep (Porcini Fungus)
(Boletus edulis)

Cep

That’s where a happy one …
… my biggest find so far

Magpie Inkcap

Magpie Inkcap
(Coprinus picaceus)

Brittlegill

Brittlegill
(Russola cyanoxantha)

Cep

Cep, 1A quality
(Boletus edulis)

Cep

Cep, almost 500 g maggot-free
(Boletus edulis)

Magpie Inkcap

Magpie Inkcap
(Coprinus picaceus)

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Important!

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!!!

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