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.
Latest Foraging Trips
- Submit your latest finds! Show others what you have found. Share your foraging story and talk with others. Learn about wild foods and wild mushrooms
I get lots of people email me and ask if I know of anyone in their area who they can go foraging with for wild mushrooms. I decided that a facility to allow other fungi fans to meet up and share knowledge, tips and locations with would be through an online community.
The "Meet Other Foragers" facility is designed for you to post your stories, also to post photos so fellow readers can help in identification of your wild mushroom finds. The posting boards are also there so you can meet others who you may wish to team up with on a foraging trip. People can contact you via a private "contact me" button so your email address is kept hidden.
Please upload your pictures and stories using the button below.
October 4, 2017
Is this a Giant puffball or a normal edible puffball? Not had any experience with puffballs.
It is spongy like a rubber ball, it was found alone in a large field.
It is white and 10cm x 8cm more oval than round.
Cut in half it is pure white.
September 30, 2017
A large bunch of these mushrooms appeared in my garden. I can't identify them positively (several species of medium-large brown, gilled mushrooms). To complicate things a little, my garden is next to a small bunch of pines (cut down a few months ago) so this can also affect the types
September 30, 2017
Hello, found this batch of mushroom growing at the base of a tree. It is at the bottom of a secluded woodland. I have see this for several years but unsure is editable or not. This is is in N Ireland.
September 26, 2017
I am a PhD student at the University of Nottingham, and I really would like to go for Cep/porcini foraging in nottinghamshire/Peak district area.
However, I am not from this area, and I have no idea about some areas where I might go, which means that I do not know any woodland
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