Mushroom Hike in Hofoldinger Forst near Munich, Germany

Verein für Pilzkunde München e.V.On Saturday, October 8, 2016, I had the privileged of being a guest photographer for a guided mushroom hike with the Association for Mushroom Research in Munich Germany. The hike in the Hofoldinger Forst was led by Rudi Stollner. The rain held off for most of the day and we were able to document over 30 species of mushrooms as a group.

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Below is a list of some of the mushrooms that we found on our hike.


Amanita muscaria – Fly Agaric


Auricularia auricula-judae – Wood Ear


Clavulinopsis corniculata (possible)


Clitocybe Species


Coprinellus Species


Coprinus comatus – Shaggy Mane


Cordyceps Species


Crepidotus Species


Cyathus striatus – Bird’s Nest Fungus


Cystoderma amianthinum var. rugosoreticulatum


Entoloma nitidum


Fomitopsis pinicola


Gloeophyllum odoratum


Hebeloma species


Lactarius deterrimus


Lentinellus species (possible Lentinellus cochleatus)


Lepiota species


Lycoperdon species


Macrolepiota species


Marasmius species


Melanoleuca melaleuca (possible)


Mycena species (possible Mycena polygramma)


Paxillus involutus


Phlogiotis helvelloides


Pholiota flammans


Piptoporus betulinus


Rhodocollybia butyracea


Russula species


Thelephora species


Xerocomus pruinatus


After our hike, we went to the Landgasthof Altwirt Faistenhaar for lunch. Rudi recommended that I try a traditional dish, which I believe is called Sülze or Sauerfleisch. It was surprisingly delicious.

It was a great experience! I look forward to visiting them again!

 

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