Fungi are visible and invisible members of woodland vegetation. Woodlands are rich in fungi. Woodlands have more species of fungi than plants. The fungi are often hidden from view but they are actively growing in soil, on roots and in litter. By gently scraping back some leaf litter fungal mycelium (threads) may sometimes be seen. Some fungi have conspicuous white or brightly coloured and abundant mycelium. But usually the threads are invisible to the naked eye. Fruit bodies are the most easily visible signs fungi are present...
Our member Saša - fungi expert, will explain what and how during two days of Fungi Gathering journey.
Amanita phalloides (zelena pupavka) - probably one of the best to KO forever your "mother in law". ;)