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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 fascinating 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. This site contains many pages and they are not always easy to find - if you get stuck, please try using the search box or click "View All Categories" Do not eat any wild mushrooms without expert guidance. You use this content at your own risk. Also - share your foraging trips and use the "Post Latest Foraging Trip" feature to tell others about your foraging for anything from fungi, wild plants, wild meat, berries, nuts or herbs.
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Good morning everyone, I am a forest school leader, whilst reconnecting children with nature, I have developed an interest in wild mushrooms and forag
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I find these quite regularly in woods near me - are they one of the trooping funnel types? I used Geoff's book for some idea but couldn't bring
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Wild Mushroom Identification - Recommended Books for All Skill Levels:
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October 12, 2018
Paul Stamets podcast
Here is something we came across that our readers might enjoy, a podcast online featuring Paul Stamets, international recognised mycologist. Not directly related to UK wild mushrooms but hopefully contains plenty of engaging mushroom related conversation you might enjoy whilse you go about your day.
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October 6, 2016
Geoff Dann Book Release - Edible Mushrooms
Finally the most exciting news we have been able to reveal on this site in many years is that Geoff Dann's much anticipated book Edible Mushrooms: A Forager's Guide to the Wild Fungi of Britain and Europe  is finally hitting the shelves!!! Geoff is a much valued contributor to the site and
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January 16, 2015
WildMushroomsOnline on facebook
http://facebook.com/wildmushroomsonline Wild Mushrooms Online now has a facebook page. This page will be used for all news articles and a wider discussion of mushrooms and fungi in general, as well as foraging updates and information like the main site. Please be sure to logon and "like"
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December 6, 2014
Geoff on Radio Kent
Geoff Dann has kindly agreed to share his radio kent video appearance here for those who are interested:- http://youtu.be/2__pgprReTM  
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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
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