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  1. Hello, friends, have a good year! I wanted to ask about this fungi - Melanoleuca intervenosa. In our local books we have records of it's growing in Israel and it's description, but it is marked there as a toxic mushroom (?). I decided to check it in the internet but didn't find a lot about this species. I found some photos and description of this melanoleuca on other Italian forum, but I can't find, if there is something about it's edibility or toxity. http://www.actafungorum.org/actaforum/view...d=a&start=0 What do you say? Is this Melanoleuca really inedible? (Ciao, am
  2. Ciao, Scoiattolo, I did not taste this mushroom, but one of our forum-guys did. He says, the mushroom is not bitter at all, it was actually tasty for him. (Non mi gusto questo fungo, ma uno dei nostri forum ragazzi hanno fatto. Egli dice, il fungo non è amaro, in realtà è stato gustoso per lui.)
  3. Thank you, Mario. Yes, we speak about hardwoods - holm oak (Quercus ilex), that grows in the large part of our hardwood forests. I have read several articles and descriptions about Cortinarius sp. yesterday and I think, this really can be Cortinarius ionochlorus (Grazie, Mario. Sì, parliamo di latifoglie - leccio (Quercus ilex), che cresce in gran parte delle nostre foreste di latifoglie. Ho letto diversi articoli e descrizioni su Cortinarius sp. ieri e credo che, davvero può essere Cortinarius ionochlorus )
  4. Thank you, Girolle. I looks at the description and pictures of Cortinarius ionochlorus in the internet. I think, it can be my mushroom, thank you very much! (Grazie, girolle! Mi guarda la descrizione e le immagini di ionochlorus Cortinarius in internet. Credo, può essere il mio fungo)
  5. Beautifully colored cortinarius, that grew in a deciduous forest: (Cortinarius splendidamente colorate, che è cresciuto in un bosco di latifoglie)
  6. Hi, Artu... I'm sorry, but I didn't understand part of your post. What is orirubens? The photos in the first post are? And something else? And atrosquamosum - is in the third set of tricholoma photographs, yes? About Leccinium Lepidum - as far as I know, there is a Leccinium variation, which is called Leccinum crocipodium var. lepidum (H. Bouchet ex Essette) Bon (Ciao, Artu ... Mi dispiace, ma non ho capito una parte del tuo post. Che cos'è orirubens? Le foto del primo post sono? E qualcosa d'altro? E atrosquamosum - è nel terzo set di fotografie Tricholoma, sì? A proposito di Leccin
  7. Thank you. I'll try to find more information and photos about this mushroom species! (Grazie. Cercherò di trovare ulteriori informazioni e foto su questa specie di funghi!)
  8. Thank you, girolle. I searched for rhodocybe species, like you said, and found something like this - Rhodocybe Mundula Although I'm still not sure, this is not Entoloma. It is written in the description of Rhodocybe Mundula, that Rhodocybes and Entoloma are closely related and can be distinguished by the form of their spores. And I do not know, how to check spores, unfortunately.
  9. If you don't mind, I continue to post pictures of some Israeli mushrooms, that I do not know to identify. This one grows in groups in mixed forest (pines + oaks), cap 3-8 sm, the flesh is gray and flexible a little, like rubber. The edges of the cap are curled up in grown mushrooms. Often there are concentric circles on the cap of the mushroom. (Se non ti dispiace, io continuo a pubblicare le immagini di alcuni funghi israeliani, che non so identificare. Questo si cresce in gruppi in bosco misto (pini + querce), tappo 3-8 sm, la polpa è di colore grigio e flessibile, un po ', come
  10. You are right. Even when a person claims, that he eats "exactly these mushrooms!" and feels well after that - it can be, that he's just mistaken, and this is another species of mushrooms. (Hai ragione. Anche quando una persona sostiene che mangia "esattamente questi funghi!" e si sente bene dopo che - si può, che ha appena sbagliato, e questa è un'altra specie di funghi.)
  11. Many thanks, Piero, for such a thorough and detailed answer. You marked Inocybe Jurana as an edible inocybe - now I understand, how several people, that reported, that they eat mushrooms, that looked like Inocybe Jurana in description, stayed well after that. Nevertheless, I would not recommend to pick inocybes, as there is danger to confuse the edible one with some poisonous.
  12. Hello, friends. I have a question about inocybes - do you know edible inocybe species and do you recommend to pick and to eat them? In our local books about fungi in Israel all the inocybes are marked as poisonous or non-edible. (Inocybe perlata, pyriodora, fastigiata, bongardii, gausapata, lucifuga, adaequata, etc...) It is written there, that most of the inocybe species contain muscarin or psylocibin and are definitely toxic. But some people, that write on our Israely forum, claim, that they often pick and eat some of inocybes (it appears, that they confuse them with edible trichol
  13. Thank you for the detailed answer, Piero. One more little but important question, if you do not mind - is there a danger to confuse between these edible Tricholomas (Astrosquamosum, Sqarrulosum, Orirubens, etc) and some poisonous tricholomas, like Tricholoma Pardinum, for example? Tricholoma Pardinum is not listed in our local books, but understand, that the Tricholomas, we discuss here, are not listed also. Is it possible to confuse between them? (La ringrazio per la risposta dettagliata, Piero. Un po 'di più, ma importante questione, se non ti dispiace - c'è un pericolo di confondere tr
  14. Oh, thank you very much, Piero.In fact, I thought also, that it can not be Tricholoma Saponaceum because of a smooth cuticle. But a person from our forum, that also told me, it could be T. Saponaceum, told as well, that this Tricoloma can have different variations, some of them have fibrosi or scaly caps. In our forests T. Saponaceum is quite rare fungi, so I cannot tell for sure, how it looks like in Israel. (Oh, la ringrazio molto, Piero. In realtà, ho pensato anche che non può essere Tricholoma Saponaceum a causa di una cuticola liscia. Ma una persona dal nostro forum, che mi ha anch
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