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Wednesday, 4 August 2010

Orange Birch Bolete (I think) (Forest of Dean)


Tell me, am I really wrong about the name.

7 comments:

  1. spot on bob its a bolete and you can eat them.
    http://www.rogersmushrooms.com/gallery/DisplayBlock~bid~6256.asp

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  2. They arn't Orange Birch Bolete- I'm almost sure they are Suilluses. If so they are really tasty:)

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  3. Tony, your right, you can eat them.

    In Poland it is known as Suilluses, mushroom, I have had a look "Tony nile life" and told to look up http://www.rogersmushrooms.com/gallery/DisplayBlock. They are or as possibly as I can get it is: Leccinum versipelle. Joo, they are really tasty, yum yum.

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  4. Do for my breakfast. there was a bit of dew this morning so not long before there are fungi everywhere.

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  5. Ha ha ha Dave.

    It won't be long before we can eat them fresh, um, I LOVE them Adrian.

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  6. Even in my part there are the mushrooms, the period of greatest harvest is in September, but experts say that should it rain. The prized mushroom is a fungus that is also sold at 40 euros Kg

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