San Leonardo

Pass options in Castilla y Leon to go the Serrania de Albarracin, Teruel: aceiteros, chanterelles and oyster mushrooms in a place that treasures magnificent landscapes.Rabanales, in Zamora, is one of the best places in Spain for the collection of mushrooms; such is the tradition, which boasts the Mycological Museum more documented of the country, a perfect alternative plan for a weekend dedicated to nature.Monte Orzonaga, in Leon Faedo, possesses a beech forest that plague of mushrooms in the autumn season, as it is a shady forest and thick vegetation, with a high rate of humidity, so the ideal conditions for the proliferation of fungi and you can find copies of large size. Covarrubias, Burgos, has extensive pine forests with an abundance of chanterelles, one of the King of the season mushrooms. San Leonardo and Navaleno, in Soria, forests have pines that proliferate chanterelles and tricholomas, while in the oak forests you can find boletus and pathologists.PINARES Llanos, Fuenfria and Lozoya, in Madrid. Here we find chanterelles, porcini and lacarias. Hayedo de Montejo can be found in amanita, lepiotas, wild mushrooms and mushrooms of the Knights.

Places located in the southwestern part of Spain as Puebla de Obando, in Badajoz, which include forests which are located between the mountain ranges of Loriana, and glass. It is also worth noting the Parque Natural Sierra de las Nieves, in Malaga, one of the best places for collecting mushrooms in Andalusia where they emphasize the mushrooms and the true. However, it is necessary to take extra precautions, because in this environment proliferate very poisonous specimens, such as Amanita pantherina, the Galerina marginata or the fly swatter. Finally, we can not recommend one of the zones of highest value across Europe Mycological: Aracena in Huelva, a landscape of Sierra Morena where can be found up to truffles. To finish I would like to give you some advice: no rennet mushrooms you arranqueis or you porteis them in a plastic bag, ideally starting fungi as when started flowers, leaving the part of the bulb to stay on Earth. A wicker basket, is recommended for transporting them since so we let escape the spores. Both of these actions, in addition to contributing to environmental conservation, will make possible the proliferation of more mushrooms later.

Not starting, cuts or pisotees mushrooms that you won’t wear, which do not want or do not serve, leave them whole: are part of the ecosystem. The second of the advice refers to intake. Collects only those mushrooms that you recognize to hundred per cent, using a good guide when you have doubts to avoid confusion (there are exemplary very similar to others that are poisonous edible). If you have no idea, tries to be accompanied by a villager who have notions or get just an incursion of approach to the world of Mycology, as an observer to a first touchdown. And of course never eat you a copy that idea or that fit you any doubt, however small that is.