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An excellent collection of edible fungi found in the UK. But be warned an error in identification can have harmful effects.

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1) Jews Ear, Judas Ear, Wood Ear

Denne Hill, Horsham, West Sussex - 02 June 2004

Auricularia_Auricula-judae_5

2) White Coral Fungus, Crested Coral Fungus

North Downs, Dorking, Surrey - 09 October 2006

Clavulina_Cristata_5

3) Stinkhorn

Colgate Woods, Colgate, West Sussex - 05 June 2004. Parts meant to be edible. Don’t fancy it much.

Phallus_Impudicus_4

4) Orange Peel Fungus

St Leonards Forest, Horsham, West Sussex - 12 September 2008

Aleuria_Aurantia_1

5) Common Ink Cap

Bookham Commons, Bookham, Surrey - 20 October 2005. Edible but can cause alarming symptoms if alcohol is consumed at the same time

Coprinus_Atramentarius_1

6) Changing Pholiota

Leechpool Woods, Horsham, West Sussex - 24 September 2003

Kuehneromyces_Mutabilis_1

7) Shaggy Ink Cap, Lawyers Wig

North Downs, Dorking, Surrey - 14 October 2005

Coprinus_Comatus_1

8) Penny Bun, Cep, Porcini, King Bolete

St Leonards Forest, Horsham, West Sussex - 05 September 2006

Boletus_Edulis_11

9) Mosaic Puffball

Denne Hill, Horsham, West Sussex - 07 May 2006. Edible if white throughout

Handkea_Utriformis_1

10) Amethyst Deceiver

Ranmore, Dorking, Surrey - 14 August 2008

Laccaria_Amethystea_16

11) Purple Cortinarius

Denne Hill, Horsham, West Sussex - 30 October 2005

Cortinarius_Violaceus_1

12) Yellow Swamp Russula

St Leonards Forest, Horsham, West Sussex - 28 August 2004

Russula_Claroflava_3

13) Larch Bolete

St Leonards Forest, Horsham, West Sussex - 21 May 2005

Suillus_Grevillei_14

14) Saffrom Mik Cap

St Leonards Forest, Horsham, West Sussex - 11 September 2008

Lactarius_Deliciosus_1

15) Blackish Purple Russula

St Leonards Forest, Horsham, West Sussex - 29 August 2004. Must be cooked, mild taste.

Russula_Atropurpurea_1

16) The Prince

St Leonards Forest, Horsham, West Sussex - 16 September 2005

Agaricus_Augustus_5
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