Mushrooms in the Leningrad region names with photos and description, edible and poisonous

Mushrooms of the Leningrad region are extremely diverse and have hundreds of species. They spread in all kinds of forests, glades, swamps, meadows and even on lawns. The mushroom growth season begins in the first days of autumn, and the peak itself begins in October. For avid mushroom pickers, it’s enough to visit a couple of places to gain enough mushrooms. The most popular mushrooms of this region are a white mushroom, a white load, a boletus, a fox, a boletus and a subsidiary. A large amount of rains contribute to the active growth of mushrooms in the Leningrad region.


Red Red

Rawshela is green

Rawhouse is yellow

The raw is blue

White Mushroom (Borovik)

The wave is pink

The wave is white

Pine red

The remaining mushrooms of the Leningrad region

An ordinary dung

Dovznik is white 

Gray dung

The load is black



The umbrella blushing

White umbrella (field)

Pestle horn

The horn is truncated

The hornet is reed

Mokhovik chestnut

The oily oil is ordinary

The oily oil is granular

The oily oil is yellow-brown

The scales are golden

The scales are ordinary

The fox is ordinary

The fox is gray

The oyster mushroom is ordinary

Sulfur tower

Scales tower

Winter chin

Umbrella tinder

Open summer

Wrapup honey agarics

Autumn honey mushrooms

Dubovik speckled


The hedgehog is scaly

Polish mushroom


Mokruha spruce

Gigrofor Late



The cobweb is yellow

Spout orange



S interest cap

The tough is conical



Having carefully studied the edible and poisonous mushrooms that spread in the Leningrad region, you can safely go in search. Most edible mushrooms can be found in mixed and deciduous forests. However, you should be extremely vigilant so as not to confuse a useful and correct mushroom with a poisonous. If you have any doubts about the choice, then it is strongly recommended to abandon this mushroom. Since mushroom poisoning can be strongly suffered. And some poisonous representatives are very similar to healthy analogues.

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