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Found this mushroom a dead deciduous tree.
Found in Trondheim Norway on the 22nd of March. Weather in general has been between -5 and 5 degrees.
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I'm fairly new to foraging and have discovered what I've hopefully identified as two examples of young chicken of the woods. Please correct me if I'm
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Foud under conifer tree on bare soil. Smell is very mushroom flesh firm.
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Wild mushrooms.... if you have arrived at this site then you probably have an interest or are looking to gain knowledge about wild mushrooms.

On the left of the page you will find a number of links which will hopefully be a guide to you in your research. If you get stuck - try the search box

This site has been created to assist newcomers to wild mushrooms and also, hopefully provide some useful info for others who are similarly passionate about the subject .
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April 25, 2013
The St Georges Mushrooms are coming Wild Mushrooms
St George's Mushrooms just coming through in Sussex.  Picture taken this afternoon (24th April, technically one day late.)  
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January 17, 2013
Why was last year so bad for wild mushrooms?
Mushroom season 2012 – the year of the slug There are certain fungi whose appearance marks the changing of the seasons. St George’s Mushrooms mean spring has got going, the first Fairy Ring Mushrooms read more
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November 23, 2012
Wild Mushroom Season Round Up
October 21st, 2012 As a person whose job these days is to try to find edible fungi, autumn 2012 is turning out to be a bit of a rollercoaster.   On October 21st 2011, at least I knew where I was: I was in the middle of an unseasonal drought and heatwave, and there was no point in l
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October 22, 2012
Autumn wild foraging update
October 21st,  2012 As a person whose job these days is to try to find edible fungi, autumn 2012 is turning out to be a bit of a rollercoaster.   On October 21st 2011, at least I knew where I was: I was in the middle of an unseasonal drought and heatwave, and there was no point i
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October 21, 2012
Its Parasol Time
At last! It has finally happened. There are wild mushrooms coming up all over the place and lots of parasols. Geoff just emailed me and said: It's going crazy out there.  Started two days ago.  Especially parasol mushrooms, all types of but particularly shaggies.  Best year for
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October 15, 2012
Autumn Wild Mushroom Update Cauliflower Fungus and Ceps
Autumn Wild Mushroom Update, Cauliflower Fungus and Ceps Well, even though we had the first hard frosts of the Autumn in some parts of the UK, the fungi are at last making an appearance. In north Hampshire and widely over Surrey, Sunday morning work bright and frosty. This will certainly spell the
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October 11, 2012
Autumn Wild Mushroom Update
Autumn Wild Mushroom Update October 11th, 2012 So did the mushroom boom happen now the weather has turned all autumnal? Yes and no. A lot of people in the mushroom world, foragers and forayers alike, are currently scratching their heads trying to figure out why we are seeing what we ar
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October 2, 2012
Delayed Autumn
Where are all the wild mushrooms? 2012 has seen a late spring, summer and autumn for all things. Birds have had chicks late, insects have been out later, flowers have bloomed later (or not at all, especially sweetpeas) and generally speaking the whole ecosystem seems to be a month behind where it s
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September 30, 2012
Rare Wild Mushroom Find Parasitic cep
Geoff has written about a very interesting find and also a nice little explanation of the three main ways wild mushrooms find food Read about it here
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September 27, 2012
Autumn Wild Mushroom Season Has Really Started
With a bang! I live down near Haslemere and often go round Ludshott common, Frensham lakes or Devils Punchbowl, normally these places offer slim pickings unless you know where to look. I have not had chance to get there this week but judging by the number of wild musrooms I have seen in th
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