PILZEXPLOSION zum Herbstbeginn 😍 Frische Steinpilze, Pfifferlinge und neue Speise- & Giftpilze
Attention spoiler alert today for once a short teaser we have really found such a beautiful piece of forest if you want to find out what is hidden in the basket and probably want to see one of the most beautiful videos of our entire year then it is really worth staying tuned the pilzherbst is finally open and with that a warm welcome to our next search video we now have beautiful finds again after the heavy rains that really had an effect Hopefully Austria, Germany and Switzerland will finally come to an end and we haven't actually really started yet and we've already made the first discovery from the car.
It lit up for us, namely a huge parasol. It took forever this year, it's my first and it is the beginning of September so ga nz very strange what has happened there in the last few weeks but we look ahead and look forward to everything that comes is unfortunately already a bit over of course but a good sign if the first edible mushroom is waiting at the edge of the forest we look at each other it's a bit eroded you can already see the slats are a bit beige they're no longer good these should actually be the hat is pointing upwards so it will stay there but we hope that there's still a lot more waiting for us well there's already a light that is also a good omen also the first of the year a fly agaric also one of the actually most well-known porcini mushroom indicators for us of course all these forests where we are now are new we are actually in the heart of Austria in the heartland of Salzburg the three-country border and we are particularly happy to be able to show you new forests, so the toadstool is definitely a very welcome welcome mushroom, of course lich because there are chances that we will also find something in the forest we also have a few old pearl mushrooms they will stay but they are already bleached out and clearly gone but it is nice it really didn’t take long we already have the first small one Found a family nest and chanterelles and they look very good in this moss yes you can almost feel the moisture that stays there and the chanterelles look at it that's great that the blueberries almost overgrow and in the middle they're nice they're really fresh you you see they just shot out of the ground and of course they are particularly good so that's actually my favorite size even smaller yes you really need a lot and a lot of time you might still be looking at a huge old one but that's not bad either because we can't want to be huge something like that doesn't really exist here in the Vienna Woods it's almost as big as my hand he's coming now but it actually still looks relatively light but up there she can already see that it's a bit pale it's gotten a bit sunburnt too and with these big old chanterelles you really have to look closely at the quality features that you have there nothing bad to take home with you, it spoils relatively quickly when the conditions are like this, lots of rain and heat, but you really don’t always have to take things that big with you, although it’s really still very firm and still very light, it just has a bit of sunburn let's start collecting right now the first hand is already full that would be a small portion yes after such a long break it is really wonderful to find so many different species right at the beginning of a search we really have russula milchlinge all sorts of toadstools too there are others from the Amanita genus, so we're going to show you some really exciting things today After the classic, we want to introduce you to an edible mushroom that we haven’t had in our canal yet.
Look at it. It’s a mushroom that’s not so visually appealing. It’s relatively dark at first glance it doesn't look like a russula relative but one of the milklings look at him with his skin that's also a typical feature and then if you hurt him a bit we've already prepared this here then he'll give you a slight one too white milk and you know it white milk there are a lot of hot species there will also show you a few in the video so you have to be careful but this larynx is a very good edible mushroom and it is actually very, very easy to recognize So as I said, this dark, wrinkled hat, but the most important feature is because at first glance it has a very similar mistaken partner, the sc black milkling but it really does start with a ringed style that really, like Adam in the uppermost area of the style, then abruptly transitions to the slats, so that's not a smooth transition, that's really quite distinctive once you've seen it, then you can do this style too really sure determine a lot yes the stems don't have substance they stay there but these caps are really very very tasty and a great find right at the beginning we also stick to the deaf relationship we have already found the next interesting one and that is the meadow russet one of the best deaf but in general it has often already caused great disappointments why look at us now like this the Moor's head is still coming in front of the macro lens because of course we don't want to miss the details and it definitely has to be in the basket but now take a look at it Steinbild it must have happened to a great many of you, and to me earlier b efore I knew what it is, as I said, it is the trickling russet and when you see it from above it simply has the same color as the porcini mushrooms, it also comes out of the ground a bit and is really such a dark brown that it breaks your heart makes you beat faster because you think it's a porcini mushroom but no need to worry or be disappointed the proven puffin is one of the best pigeons of all there are, as I said, many hot puffins that are slightly poisonous then there are many like the ocher pigeon that we're sure to see soon can show you that actually has no great value in terms of taste, but there are also some really very good russet russulas, the russula russula, for example, the name traitor already the woman’s russet russula, and also this meadow russet russula, for example, we have unfortunately only found corpses show you the nevertheless, of course, it's really stately, but we're a bit too late w We found a few more, this color is really typical and especially when it's still very young and comes out of the ground, you rush over and think and you're sure it's porcini, but it's not one, but it's also a very, very good edible mushroom so we hope that we will find a few youngsters there and yes, the variety of milk length and stun line is so big we just can't get away from the place it's actually just a small island you can hear the traffic again and again we even wanted to be there don't look, but luckily the parasol and the toadstool lured us into the forest, always a bit on instinct, so sometimes you really find places where you wouldn't actually look at all, we found the next or actually the first boletus and there we have to I say to myself I'm from above I'm not sure exactly what it is let's take a look at it has settled in the needle litter and really big fruit c produced by the body so it's definitely not a classic porcini mushroom because the color doesn't match I put these yellow yeah a little yellow that's almost rusty brown ah yeah we have something from the group of felt boletes in the species I'm not quite sure this huge species we only found it once in our woods, so I have to check, the goats' lips are usually much smaller and your red feet are much smaller, that's really a very, very large mushroom, it's a bit over it, we broke off a piece, you can see the meat is on them yellow so this is obviously not a normal porcini mushroom in terms of food value yes I do not like them like this group I think there are really better boletus mushrooms but it is interesting to see that these mushrooms, which are otherwise too small, can also become so huge we will see further chestnut boletus should actually be there too, we'll just stay until we find them, we still have a huge boletus that's way too big ings Baby we have something very interesting planned we will do a tasting in our members area with all the mushrooms we have found over the week that we have not tried ourselves so if you are interested like I said the membership is just a few clicks away we have already prepared the next scenery and it is really unbelievable you won't believe how happy I am we are really in a tiny forest we will show you again from above and it is really amazing what a scenery Biodiversity prevails, we could have done that with the deaf ones, but the amanitas are of course particularly interesting, the topic of toadstools must of course always be dealt with very thoroughly, we are now dealing with the genus Amanita, the amanitas are a huge group with very many different toadstools and one of them we would like to introduce to you today n we haven't yet, namely the porphour amanita it's not always that small and it's also one of the poisonous ones, yes it's not one of the most poisonous like the death cap mushrooms, for example, but it also contains toxins, which is why you can recognize it now mainly by its brown color let's put it that way and you have to be careful if you're one of those people who eat the gray wustling for whatever reason it doesn't taste particularly good then you have to know this species really well we'll also have a look at the Macro lens on the difference to the gray wustling are then relatively clear we also have the pearl fungus also a young specimen always easy to recognize by this reddish coloration on the ring and yes even exceptionally a not where we specimen they are mostly really very very maggot for me the genus on Anita as edible mushrooms generally not as interesting as I said d en perpilz These vaginal striplets also eat a very, very large group within the bus line that could be eaten you sit there perhaps very clearly but the similarity to the green death cap in this species you can see the vulva from which the death cap mushrooms also come out but these vaginal striplets the predominantly were so named because of this groove on the edge of the hat, which lacks the ring, but also a white death cap and a green bulb with the mushroom can simply lose the ring, which is relatively transient with or with these species can also be eaten by snails and then the thing just looks it really looks like that, so if you want to collect something like that, then you have to be really sure, as I said, you have to be careful with the roots, yes, you don't have to say much about the fly agaric, but we'll talk about it in detail again, we'd like to see you like to show a female toadstool all over something exciting and maybe we'll find a yellow one there too there is a variety of fly agaric that is really yellow so it's a very very interesting genus the roots and yes we'll just see what we can find further but before that we'll take a look up we change the forest we really have to show you from above how small this place was, which must have produced 20 30 different types of mushrooms, so we look forward to more. meanwhile, a fog bank has fallen over us, as you can see, I've gotten cold, but luckily the lucky sweater is there never far away and the next mushroom in the lucky charm is also there and welcomes us to the new forest Halle Masche September is actually the time for Halle Marge, they are often easy to fi in large numbers nd we are actually in an area dominated by coniferous forests, but here they have really beautifully populated these deciduous trees and please ask a question in the comments what kind of tree is that, unfortunately I don't know, please write us what it is exactly because i find it relatively unusual that the fungus bursts out like that and if you look around it has colonized all these small bushes and of course as a dreaded wood parasite this deciduous wood probably doesn't have a long way to go alone the honey fungus there are now a bit too big and that we take them we also found an insane tuft look at how huge these fruiting bodies can sometimes be that's really amazing they are best small as I said because the preparation is more not for everyone but if you like them they are very very productive and good edible mushrooms which you can still see very well here the honey fungus belong to de n white spores you can see that very well with them, especially when they grow in layers like this, then the white spore powder simply settles on the hats of the others and of course always a Dietz if you see the spores that you have left out some fungus then they are closed old and should stay behind so those are a very