Periphery and the face has Mushroom Supplements a silky matte luster , from blue to argentine colours. The plates grow adnate and are separated from each other; the bottom from 6 to 10 cm. long, spherical and concave, its meat is thin and grandiloquent, it’s comestible. It grows in coniferous timbers and on moss and rotting wood, it appears in summer and afterlife.
Hat up to 10 cm. periphery, in youthful samples mushroom veritably convex and soon flat, red in color, adnate wastes joined together, thin and kindly.
fragile, the bottom up to 7 cm. spherical, spongy soft and white. Brittle white meat gives off a gooey smell and occurs in coniferous timbers with wettish soil appears between summer and afterlife. It isn’t toxic but its ingestion can beget stomach diseases.
Marasmius conigenus( Baeospora myosura)
chapeau, Small, coffee- with- milk brown and darker mushroom in the center, occasionally with a slight crest. It’s convex at first and evolves to flat. From0.5 to2.5 cm. veritably tight, narrow, adnate, plates interspersed. Stem, indirect, slightly crazy, rigid, tenacious, up to 4 cm. height of the same color as the chapeau or lighter. Spore white and ellipsoidal smooth; without any culinary value. It can be confused with the abundant Mycena seynesii Qué, with a more fragile stem and a more bluish color on the blades.
Parasol( Macrolepiota procera) – conversational name – GALLIPIERNO)
chapeau when closed is elliptical and globular with mushroom the appearance of a barrel mallet, when ripe it opens forming an marquee of over to 30 cm in periphery, the wastes free and tight, with multitudinous white plates, veritably slender stem that can reach up to 35 cm. altitudinous, tender and soft meat in the chapeau, affable smell and taste and occurs in the afterlife season in the quercus timbers. It’s comestible.
Cortinarius( Phlegmacium) varius
chapeau from 10 to 12 cm. desultorily twisted, In mushroom sticky surroundings they’re thick. The plates are attached to the rust- brown bottom, the bottom reaches about 8 cm in length, conical in shape. It occurs in coniferous timbers, alone or in groups, it appears at the end of summer and until afterlife. The rubric Phlegmacium includes further than 180 species.
Lactario deliciosus – Niscalo or Robellón( conversational name – PINATEL)
His chapeau measures up to 10 cm. periphery; in mushroom youthful samples it’s convex, also it becomes flatter and the center is depressed in the mountains, its color ranges from pale orange to saffron. Its adnate lamellae are veritably tight and orange, the bottom is about 5 cm. long by 1-1.5 wide. In the seamount it occurs over all in the pine timbers. The stylish way to eat it’s as a single dish passed through the visage.
Lactario Tesquorum – False NISCALO
chapeau from 2 to 10 cm. periphery, from globose to flat convex. wastes from adnate to decurrent; spherical bottom shorter than the cap, whitish meat, bitter and pungent, ellipsoid spores, cream spore grows on rockroses. The big difference with the Niscalo is that the wastes are cream- multicolored and in the Orange níscalo.
Amanita citrina( tana pander)
chapeau from 5 to 9 cm. periphery, originally globular mushroom and snappily smoothed of a beautiful bomb unheroic color, white and tight plates, spherical white bottom with endless ring and a globular bulb. Compact, white meat with the smell of raw potatoes, smooth subglobose spores, an autumnal species typical of groaner trees and conifers, it’s judicious not to collect it due to its possible confusion with the phalloid amanita. In the Sierra de Huelva there’s a saying that when there’s this mushroom, the Tana is hard.
Amanita Cesarea( conversational name TANA)
It’s the queen of mushrooms in the groaner groves of the mushroom Sierra de Huelva. His chapeau is 15 to 20 cm. in periphery, there have been some up to 40 cm. The youthful samples are egg- shaped and covered by a white robe. It’s a veritably appreciated mushroom in the kitchen; It occurs substantially among groaner trees frommid-September tomid-November.
chapeau from 5 to 15 cm. Periphery, globose hemispherical and smoothed at the end, greenish to unheroic brown, white, tight and unstable wastes, thickened spherical bottom at the base forming a white to unheroic green bulb, white tender meat with a affable smell, veritably frequent and abundant, in mixed timbers of cork oaks and pines – DEADLY POISONOUS, it’s the most frequent of the toxic mushrooms, it’s accessible to know it.
Hebeloma radish( Hebeloma sinapizans)
Flat- convex hemispherical cap, 4 to 10 cm. in periphery and ochraceous brown cuticle. kindly decurrent and notched dark brown blades, cream- colored bottom, pale mushroom meat with a strong smell of radish, citriformes spores and unheroic- brown spores. Frequent among holm oaks and bitterness oaks; It’s poisonous and has a bitter and unwelcome taste.
Hygrophorus- hrysodon. – Hemispherical and convex cap, whitish cuticle. disciple or decurrent lamellae , spherical and concave bottom. Fruits in spring and afterlife. Entomola- nitidum. – chapeau 2 to 5 cm. in periphery, dark violet. The lamellae grow from the bottom up to 5 cm. long; grows in coniferous timbers. It’s poisonous.