Welcome to WildMushroomsOnline.co.uk!The UK's Biggest Fungi Foragers Club
Welcome to my new and improved site for fungi lovers and wild food foragers!
If you have arrived at this site then you probably have a passion for fungi foraging and are looking to gain knowledge about the hugely diverse and facinating world of wild mushrooms.
On the links below you will find a number of sections which will hopefully be a guide to you in your research.
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November 19, 2014 The Amethyst Deceiver
The Amethyst Deceiver Laccaria amethystina (occasionally incorrectly laccaria amethysea)
When out in one of my favourite places to pick wild mushrooms, there is one I can always fall back on, as it grows in abundance in many woodlands, particularly in the UK around beech – The Amethyst
October 3, 2013 Thank you, farewell and welcome
Thank you, farewell and welcome
To all my site users, I want to say a huge thanks for using my site over the years and if you are new, I hope you find it as inspirational as I and many others have on learning about foraging and mycology.
I have sold the site to a new owner who I am
October 3, 2013 Its raining mushrooms
Its raining mushrooms!
There is a wide spread band of rain this next 12 hours, this next few days will be bumper in the south, south west areas.
Get your wellies out and get foraging!
September 24, 2013 Huge fairy ring
Here is a rather large ring of trooping funnel wild mushrooms
Why do mushrooms grow in rings?
Well, it's not because fairys did a dance there. As far as we know, it is also not down to natural selection - there is no competitive advantage given by growing
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