Ballet skiddies. Broekielace is standard.
Taffwob waltI'll tell you what, and no kidding around here, you have to be very careful with eating mushrooms...
You see, my friend's first wife died from eating dodgy mushrooms - turned out they were poisonous types.
Then, very tragically his second wife died from a fractured skull - 'twas a terrible business indeed.
Turns out she wouldn't eat the mushrooms...
Fly Agaric. Can be used as a hallucinogenic, but can be poisonous and give you dodgy guts too.Stayed at a small hotel in a small village in the Allgau at the weekend. The hotel restaurant did a marvellous pasta and locally picked "in the forest" mushroom dish - truly memorable.
Next morning gf and I went for a walk in the forest and saw more funghi then we've seen in our lives.
This one particularly made an impression on me....
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.... as it reminded me of Tintin
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Nothing edible there, the first one is Coral fungus, the Red shiny one probably a Russula, some are edible some are not, second from last is a puffball but too old to be worth eating, the last one could be a Wood Blewitt ( edible ) but probably a Cortinarius ( nasty ).Some of the other funghi we encountered on Sunday morning, all within the space of about 60 sq metres.
Anyone know what's edible here?
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Nothing edible there, the first one is Coral fungus, the Red shiny one probably a Russula, some are edible some are not, second from last is a puffball but too old to be worth eating, the last one could be a Wood Blewitt ( edible ) but probably a Cortinarius ( nasty ).