mymushroomsincroatia Posted September 29, 2022 Report Share Posted September 29, 2022 I found this nice little micro-climate going up in the "mountains" near me. I am near the coast where it is very rocky and dry, and the trees are short. A lot of it is filled with fruit and olive orchards, bayleaf trees, wild fruit trees, and blackberry and wildrose or forgotten small oak hazelnut trees. Anyways, I stumbled upon this cute area and within 15 meters me and the dog encountered all these russula and boletus. Unfornatly, nothing tasty but it was nice. Delica, golden russula, lurid young/old, emetica/sickner in different shades of red (assuming age), aminata popping up, and even a braket. I really liked the potential X. chrysenteron, with the cracked cap. These were all found in a 15-20m radius, at an elevation of 200m (path leads to higher). I hope you enjoyed me and Jura wolfs walk. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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