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Originally from Brazil, a cousin of the champignon (Agaricus bisporus), it is very popular in Brazil, where it is called “cogumelo do sol” (mushroom of the sun) or “cogumelo de Deus” (mushroom of God).find out more
Very common on various broad-leaved trees, Auricularia is a mushroom that never reaches large dimensions and is characterized by its particular shape, which resembles that of an ear.find out more
Also called "ink mushroom", Coprinus is a humble mushroom also present in meadows in Europe. In traditional European folk medicine it is considered beneficial for the digestion and treatment of haemorrhoids.find out more
Originating in the Tibet region, Cordyceps grows at altitudes of up to five thousand meters. For centuries, in such places, native populations have known about its beneficial effects on the body, especially for fighting fatigue.find out more
It is a saprophytic lignicolous mushroom which does not grow in soil but on the wood of trees such as old oaks and other broad-leaved trees. It is found in Asia, Europe, North America and also in Italy.find out more
Maitake (Grifola frondosa) grows mostly near tree stumps or under chestnut, beech and oak trees. The actual mushroom is made up of a mass of individual elements that grow side by side, forming a sort of "cluster".find out more
It is a lignicolous mushroom, which does not grow in soil but on wood, and is saprophytic, that is, it contributes to the decomposition of trees which are dead or have been blown down by the wind.find out more
It is a lignicolous mushroom which grows on tree stumps, mainly of chestnut trees. It is composed of a stem which forms a base for a large number of small elements with a maximum diameter of 5 cm.find out more
Reishi means "mushroom of immortality" and in Eastern art and popular tradition it symbolizes well-being and luck, a bit like the four-leaf clover in the Western world.find out more
In 1878 the English botanist Miles Joseph Berkeley called this species "Lentinus", due to its similarity to the shape of a lens.find out more