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Porcini Mushroom


Basic Information

English Name: Porcini Mushroom
German Name: Fichtensteinpilz
Latin Name: Boletus edulis
Released Date: 2011.09.05
Number of variant: 4
Colour assigned:

  • Variant 1: Yellow
  • Variant 2: Yellow
  • Variant 3: Yellow


Porcini mushrooms are among the most popular edible fungus of all. It occurs in large parts of the northern hemisphere. Most of the fungus grows underground and is called mycorrhiza. It lives in symbiosis with various tree species such as pines or oaks and beeches. What is commonly referred to as a mushroom is actually only the fruiting body. They mature in Central Europe, mainly between August and October. Under good conditions, when the temperatures drop and humidity increases, they can occur even earlier. Porcini mushrooms have brown hats and white stems. The flesh is white and in comparison to other fungi, very resistant. They often grow together with the poisonous toadstools that have similar claims.

Additional Information

  1. They can only be bred to the same species.

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