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The best mushroom stamps (in English “Mushrooms stamps”) or bolets in Catalan, you will find them on this stamps philately website. Discover through this video of mushroom stamps a small sample of the incredible collection of mushroom stamps from collector Dagà.

Information and curiosities Mushrooms – Mushrooms – Bolets

Get to know all the main species of mushrooms (fungi, bolets, mushrooms) through the stamp collection. Collecting stamps is an exciting hobby to learn about different stamp themes in a very graphic way.

A mushroom is the fruiting body (“fruit”) of an organism called a fungus. The fungus is made up of an inconspicuous and filamentous vegetative apparatus, the hyphae, which Together they form the mycelium. The mycelium grows and branches in the substrate from which it extracts food.

Fungi (in the broad sense): organisms traditionally studied by mycologists Heterogeneous conglomerate of organisms (myxomycetes, powdery mildew, mildew, yeasts, buds, coals, vine mushrooms, truffles, tartlets, and the typical mushrooms). It is estimated that there are 1.5 million species; 69,000 described.

Own characteristics: Presence of special sugars (trehalose, mannitol, etc.), diversity of particular cycles. Absorptive nutrition (not photosynthesis or ingestion) Mushrooms can be fed in three different ways: Saprotrophic: take advantage of dead organic matter. Symbiotic: they live in association with other organisms. Parasites: live on living organisms that they harm.

Now we leave you with some tips for beginners or lovers of mushrooms and nature. When we go to the field, we must take the appropriate equipment (comfortable clothes and shoes and raincoat, maps, gps, mobile phone…)

Good practices for collecting mushrooms

  • Restrict the use of vehicles as much as possible and always go where the circulation.
  • Don’t leave your trash in the forest.
  • Caution with everything that can cause a fire.
  • Do not remove the litter, leave everything as you found it.
  • Do not destroy toxic or unknown mushrooms.
  • Do not use rakes or other elements to scratch the ground.
  • Mushrooms must be caught whole and in good condition.
  • Plastic bags should not be used, the mushrooms are damaged.
  • The only rule to know if a mushroom is edible is to know the species.
  • Our activity must not cause any damage to nature and we must never eat any mushroom that we are not sure is edible!