Beautiful mushroom variety at the start of the season

01 October 2023

Now it’s here, my beloved autumn and the mushrooms are starting to sprout again, so I’ll take you with me on my first excursion.

Despite light rain, all participants were in high spirits and so we set off to explore the Brekendorf forest.

The forest offered us a great variety of edible, inedible and poisonous mushrooms at the start of the season🍄.
It was really beautiful to watch and I brought a few photos for you:

Pines Brown porcin (Phaeolus spadiceus)
Pines Brown porcin
(Phaeolus spadiceus)
Scrambled egg slime

Scrambled egg slime (Warty Jelly Fungus)
(Fuligo septica)

Dead man's fingers (Xylaria polymorpha)

Dead man’s fingers
(Xylaria polymorpha)

Dog stinkhorn (Mutinus caninus)

Dog stinkhorn
(Mutinus caninus)

Yellow stagshorn (Calocera viscosa)

Yellow Stagshorn
(Calocera viscosa)

Death cap (Amanita phalloides)

Death Cap
(Amanita phalloides)

Bay Bolete (Imleria badia)

Bay Bolete
(Imleria badia)

Sulphur tuft (Hypholoma fasciculare)

Sulfur Tuft
(Hypholoma fasciculare)

Common stinkhorn (Phallus impudicus)

Common stinkhorn
(Phallus impudicus)

Green-cracking russula (Russula virescens)

Green-cracking russula
(Russula virescens)


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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