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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. 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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I think this is a Meadow Puffball . It was found near our village duck pond, which is surrounded by trees, grass is cut regularly. I live in Buckingha
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Found in long grass next to wooded area in Nottingham. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
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Limacella guttata - Weeping Slimecap. First time I've ever seen it. Edible.

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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
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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!
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September 24, 2013
Huge fairy ring
Here is a rather large ring of trooping funnel wild mushrooms     Why do mushrooms grow in rings? 26/09/2013 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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September 17, 2013
A little help needed
A little help needed It costs nothing to do this and will really help. This site needs links from other sites so we can get back onto the top listing on Google. Please, if you have a facebook page or a blog or site or any online account (eg: twitter, digg, flickr, tumblr, circles etc) where you
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September 16, 2013
Wild Mushroom Masterclass
Wild Mushroom Masterclass Brighton Food Festival Masterclasses   14/09/2013   I've just returned from the first of two masterclasses held at the Brighton Food Festival on Hove Lawns (http://brightonfoodfestival.com/events/festival-masterclasses-2/).    I spent the
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