Black boletus mushroom. Excellent to eat from August to October whether raw in salads or cooked or preserved and also freezes well.
Grisette. A slender mushroom of the amanite family with a pale grey, ribbed cap, mild scent and flavour. It must be eaten well cooked or it will cause gastro -intestinal problems.
White domecap mushroom. A mushroom that appears in autumn (US: fall) and which may be eaten but is not particularly desirable. It is found growing in the grass in dense woodlands.
Judas's ear fungus, often found dried. Dried or fresh they should not be fried, as they explode, but stewed with other ingredients.
Caesar's mushroom. Excellent raw in salads or grilled, stuffed or used as a garnish.
Orange polypore. A type of mushroom, ore or less orange coloured, and with the appearance of a densed coral on a reef. It grows on rotting wood.