Mushroom picking in Vladimir region
Mushrooms of the Vladimir region are diverse and numerous. From the end of May until November in this area you can find a plentiful crop of these plants.
Mushroom picking in Vladimir region
The Aleksandrovsky district is located in the northwestern part of the Vladimir region and borders on the map with the Shchelkovo district of the Moscow region, Pereslavl district of Yaroslavl, as well as several Vladimir regions. Here is the broad-leaved "Russian Forest", which is characterized by dark-colored carbonate and gray forest soil types. In this region, red boletus, boletus, and oily are often found.
The cap of an ordinary boletus in diameter is from 5 to 12 cm, has a gray or brown color, convex shape. The leg of the reducer is white or gray, scaly structure, expands in the lower part, in diameter reaches 4 cm.
There are poisonous doubles. For example, a bile fungus, which in a damaged place turns red. It grows from the second half of June to November near birches, its use in cooking is relevant.
The marsh boletus has a light brown and dry hat, the leg is the same as the previous species. The fungus is odorless or tasteless and does not stain at the incision site. It is harvested from June to September.
The harsh birch bark is distinguished by a massive hat up to 17 cm in diameter, painted in gray-brown color, during the life it is flattened. The length of the legs of a cylindrical shape is from 6 to 18 cm. Below it expands and has a darker color. In young mushrooms, scaly coating and pubescence occur. The pulp is light and hard, sweet in taste, gives off a pleasant smell. When exposed to air, the hat turns a little pink, and the legs turn dark. This reducer has no doubles; it grows from July to early November. This mushroom is usually not wormy.
The boletus also has several varieties: it happens to be red, yellow-brown, white, oak, dyed-legged, pine, etc. In addition, the boletus divides the time of their fruiting into spikelets, stubs and deciduous trees. The first grow from June to July, the second - from the second half of July to September, the third - from September to November. All varieties are characterized by a bright hat, a thickened leg and a dense pulp.
- The diameter of the hat is about 25-30 cm; at a young age, it resembles half a ball in shape.
- The structure of the integumentary tissue is dry and velvety.
- The length of the legs reaches 20-22 cm, characterized by scaly and brown or black color.
Mushroom places in the Vladimir region are rich in butter. They are classified as medium-sized reducers, because their hat rarely reaches even 15 cm. A hemispherical shape is characteristic of it.
The thin skin covering the top of the mushroom is a distinctive feature of oily: in any weather, it has a shine and a sticky structure. The skin is quite easily separated from the pulp, and the color varies from yellow to brown tones depending on the variety of the reducing agent and growth conditions.
In the forests you can find different mushrooms.
Mushrooms in the Vladimir region grow in these forests.
Kolchuginsky district is divided into 2 parts by the Peksha River. It is located in the north-east of the Moscow-Smolensk Upland. Coniferous-deciduous forests are typical of this region; soils are clayey and carbonate-free; however, reducers in the Vladimir region grow everywhere. Here there are brown boletus, chanterelles and russula.
Mushroom places in the Vladimir region are not complete without chanterelles. These plants have a number of varieties:
- cinnabar red
- tubular etc.
Common chanterelle is edible. Its color scheme varies between yellow and orange. The hat reaches a size of 3 to 12 cm. The pulp is fleshy, has a yellow color around the edges, white on the cut. The spore-bearing organ takes on a folded shape. The integumentary tissue does not separate from the pulp. The leg is short and usually does not exceed 7 cm. The spore powder is colored with yellow pigment.
The chanterelle is reliably protected from larval forms and worms, because it contains hinomannose, destructive for these creatures.
In a gray chanterelle, the hat in diameter reaches 6-7 cm, the leg is 4-8 cm long, and its thickness is up to 1.5 cm. For this variety, a wavy gray-ash edge of the hat and a depression in the central part are typical. The pulp is dense, gray-brown. The taste is weak, there is no smell.
Cinnabar-red fox is noteworthy, it has a small hat up to 5 cm in diameter with curved edges, a leg up to 4 cm long. Spore powder is painted in creamy pink color. These mushrooms are harvested in summer and autumn.
An even more rare representative of chanterelles is a velvety variety. At a young age, the cap of these mushrooms is convex, and then becomes concave. The aroma of the mushroom is pleasant, sourness is noted in the taste. The hat in diameter usually does not exceed 6 cm, the leg is narrow and short. Chanterelles are harvested from July to October.
In a faceted chanterelle, the fruit body reaches 10 cm, the hat and leg are combined, the first has a wavy edge. The pulp is thickened and dense, lightly colored, has a pleasant taste and aroma. The hat is much lighter than the legs. The tubular chanterelle is slightly smaller in size, characterized by the presence of dark scales and gray-yellow color.
A map of mushroom places in the Vladimir region also reveals russula. They are greenish, food, pink, short-legged, buffy, blue-yellow, whole, blackening, fading. There are both edible and poisonous species.
In a young russula, the hat is spherical, with a noticeable flattening, reaches 15 cm in diameter. The color scheme ranges from brown-green to a poisonous red hue. Spotting is sometimes found. In edible mushrooms, the color of the stem is white or slightly yellowish, while in poisonous mushrooms it is pinkish. With age, the meat part becomes more fragile and crumbles.
Mushrooms in the Vladimir region are also found in the Suzdal region, which, in addition to brown boletus, cap boletus and chanterelle mushrooms, has porcini mushrooms on its territory.
There are mixed forests, clearings and the corresponding types of fertile soils. Occasionally there are representatives containing psilocybin.
White mushroom has several varieties, but for all of them there is a general description. The plant has a delicate smell and a pleasant mushroom taste. A hat of brown-brown color, in diameter reaches from 6 to 30 cm, under suitable conditions - 40-50 cm.
The pulp is dense, fleshy and juicy, has a white color. By old age, it turns yellow and becomes fibrous. The stalk is medium, usually grows up to 10-12 cm, in diameter - up to 8 cm. In a young reducer, the stalk is barrel-shaped or club-shaped, but with age it becomes like a cylinder. The color of the hat is from white to dark brown.
It is possible to collect ceps from June to September. Often there are spent mushroom blocks that went into use during the active collection of mushroom pickers.
In each district of the Vladimir region there is a wide variety of mushrooms that are of interest to both beginners and experienced mushroom pickers.