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Total mushrooms fount: 16

Size usually is 4 to 10 cm. Also known as: caterpillar fungus winter worm
The fungus can be found throughout the year. Grows upon both dead and living wood. Fruit body normal size is 3 to 8 cm across ( sometimes people see 14 cm sized ones ). It has a tough, gelatinous, elastic texture when fresh, but it dries hard and brittle. Also known as: Judas's ear jew's ear wood ear jelly ear tree ear black fungus
Fungi has semicircular to fan-shaped brackets which my grow up to 8 cm and broad by 10 cm wide with 0.5–2 cm thickness. Under surface has cream color, covered with round to angular pores measuring 3–4 per millimeter. Flesh is soft while young and becomes hard when it grows up or when dry. The fungi causes white rot in dead hardwood trees. Also known as: White cheese polypore
Very close to this mushrooms: Boletus reticulatus, Boletus pinophilus, Boletus edulis. Cap can reach up to 30 cm in diameter. Stem up to 15 cm and 10 cm thick. Nutritional value is 367 kcal on 100 grams. Also known as: dark cep bronze bolete black cep black fungus black piglet negro's head the royal one little monk
Unopen body can grown up to 4 – 15 cm and expanded up to 12 – 30 cm. Opening like an star and can have 4 – 8 rays. It grow singly, scattered, or in clusters, usually on hard clay or sandy soil, gravel, in lawns, or bare soil. Starts to grown fully buried. Also known as: star earthball dead man's hand many-rooted earthball earthstar scleroderma
The mushroom is saprobic and appears on dead or dying broad-leaf trees. Its quite rare. Mostly appears on trunks of broad-leaved trees. Usually falls off their host trees by late autumn. Young mushrooms might have reddish liquid droplets. Cap can grown up to 30cm across. Also known as: Shaggy bracket
Cap size is 5 to 15 cm. Stem 2 to 8 cm tall and 1 to 2.5 cm thick. Milk or latex oozes when cut or broken. Grows naturally in eastern North America, East Asia, and Central America ( also been reported in southern France ). Can be found in both deciduous and coniferous forests. Also known as: indigo milk cap indigo (or blue) lactarius blue milk mushroom
Height is 5 to 15 cm. Cap color is white to cream, 6 to 10 cm in diameter. On cap it has ochre yellow to pale brown scales. Stipe has bulbous base and ring on it. The mushrooms listed as vulnerable species.
Fruit body is about 4 to 10 cm and can grow up to 17 cm tall and 2 - 3.5 mm thick. Mostly grow singly or in small clumps. The stem is normally covered with a white tomentum at the base. The mushroom can be mistaken with red chanterelle, but it doesn't has rubbery and gelatinous texture. Also known as: Apricot jelly
Parasitic fungi which is medical mushroom and are common during late summer and fall. Also called lion's mane mushroom, bearded tooth mushroom, satyr's beard, bearded hedgehog mushroom, pom pom mushroom, or bearded tooth fungus
Looks like overlapping fan- or oyster-shaped caps. Also known as: Late oyster
Autumn fungi with green-yellow long stem. Widespread in Britain and Ireland. Also recorded in parts of North America. At first the fungus had Agaricus epipterygius name, and got new Mycena epipterygia at 1821 after British mycologist Samuel Frederick Gray moved them to Mycena genus. Epithet epipterygia translates as - upon (epi), esembling a (small) wing ( pterugion ). Often seen on woodland floors. It has bell Cap, which is 1 to 3 cm in diameter. Stem mostly much longer than cap Like 3 to 7 cm and has no ring on it. Also known as: Yellowleg Bonnet
Parasiting fungus on living hardwoods. Appears in spring ( Sometimes summer and fall or even winter ). Mostly found on hardwood stumps, logs, and standing trees. It has large size with flattened scales on cap. Fruiting bodies are durable and can last for many months in result it's cap changes color to white and has reddish-black dot in center. Cap is 5 to 30 cm with 1 to 4 thick. Dry. Step 2 to 8 cm and 1 to 4 thick. Also known as: Dryad's Saddle Pisztricgomba Polypore ecailleux Schuppiger Porling
Widely eaten gilled mushroom. Campestris translation means "of the fields". Grown mushroom has cap 5 to 10 cm in diameter 0,5 to 2 cm thick on 3 to 10 cm tall stipe. Gills are initially pink. Has ring on stipe. Also known as: Field mushroom Pink bottom Meadow mushroom
Cap typically contains zones of different colors. Trametes versicolor translation - thin (trametes) many colored (versicolor). It's an medicinal mushroom. It has alot of protein-bound molecule known as PSK ( polysaccharide K. ). PSK has shown boost of immune system of fighting various infections and cancer. There was study about it, source: http://bastyr.edu/news/general-news/2012/11/fda-approves-bastyr-turkey-tail-trial-cancer-patients This mushroom are bracket fungi. They grow close to each other so it looks like bracket. They saprotrophs - which means that they grow on decaying livings. This is why we mostly see them on rooting logs. Also known: Coriolus versicolor Usa: Turkey Tail Chinese: yun zhi, kawaratake Turkey tails are edible, but as they're also very tough and leathery, most people consume them by making a tea. Can be found: in forests all over the world from Europe to Asia to the US and Russia.
Cap is about 0.5-2.5 cm in diameter. Stem: 30 - 100 mm long by 0.75 - 3 mm thick. Season: from fall when rains begin until the first freezes. Grows In fields. In larger greener clumps of grass or in parks and golf courses. Likes spot where concentrates water from plants. Also known as: Liberty Cap