Species Gallery

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    The cep is the king of mushrooms and Jamie the princess of the woods. Here she points to the white network, the key identification mark of the cep.
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    Only pick the red cracked bolete if the cap is no bigger than a fifty pence piece. Bigger specimens turn your dish all slimy.
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    Fom the aesthetic and the culinary angle the dotted stemmed bolete is a ten out of ten mushroom.
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    The larch bolete is a golden beauty.
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    The birch bolete is best when young and firm. These are two ideal specimens.
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    A relative of the birch bolete is the orange birch bolete.
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    The chanterelle is perhaps the most popular mushroom and can be found in supermarkets.
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    The trumpet chanterelle is a tasty and very common relative of the chanterelle.
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    This hedgehog fungus looks definitely like from outer space.
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    The common puffball is a valuable addition to any mushroom mix.
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    The horn of plenty has a very distinct taste and some people only use it as a spice. I think it is absolutely delicious on its own.
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    The cauliflower is the mushroom of superlatives. This specimen weighed in at 22.5 lbs
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    A specimen like it is the dream of every mushroom hunter.
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