The Ordinary family has about 2500 macromycetes. Moreover, edible rows are very popular with lovers of "silent hunting". The reason for this is the relative unpretentiousness and good yield. In addition, many varieties are quite tasty.
These mushrooms are edible. Ryadovka, the photo of which is published below, is one of the most popular among mushroom pickers. It belongs to macromycetes of good quality. This mushroom is also called violet row. She is a saprophyte and often takes a fancy to rotting litter of fallen leaves. Often it can be found near heaps of straw, hay, compost or brushwood, as well as in gardens. The fungus grows in forests of mixed (spruce, oak) and coniferous (spruce, pine) types. It is found together with a gray (smoky) govorushka. Macromycete grows both singly and in large clusters. Often it forms "witch circles". At a young age, it must be differentiated from the purple cobweb, which is also an edible mushroom.
Popularly, this mushroom is called podtopolnik or sandstone. Theseedible rows (third category). You need to look for this macromycete in deciduous forests with the presence of poplar. It is found in parks, in plantings, along roads and on the banks of water bodies. These mushrooms tend to hide under a layer of fallen leaves. Grows in large clumps. Collection period - August-September.
People call these macromycetes "mouse mushrooms". These rows are edible. They grow on sandy soils in coniferous and mixed forests with the obligatory presence of pine. These macromycetes are characterized by a mealy aroma and a pleasant taste of pulp. They need to be differentiated with fibrous rowing (poisonous). Mice grow, as a rule, in large groups. They are found in the European part of the Russian Federation, in the Far East and in Siberia. Collection time - September-November. The mushroom is very tasty when s alted and pickled, although it is also suitable for other culinary uses.
These mushrooms are better known as yellow-red or pine mushrooms. Their flesh has a sour smell. Red rows are edible (fourth category). They are best harvested young, as old macromycetes have a very unpleasant aftertaste. The taste of the mushroom is of a low level, so it is not very popular with mushroom pickers. Red rowing is found in pine forests of the temperate climate zone. Often it can be seen on the stumps and trunks of fallen trees. Grows in groups and singly. Harvest time is from mid-summer to frost.
Thesemushrooms are harvested in autumn and summer. Crowded rows are edible. A photo of them is given below. They are similar in taste to chicken meat, for which they are highly valued. These mushrooms grow in mixed and deciduous forests. Found with morels. They can also be found in gardens, parklands and plantings. These macromycetes hide under fallen leaves, so finding them can be difficult. These mushrooms grow from common stump and often grow together in caps.
Rows are green
People call these mushrooms "greenfinches" or "greenfinches". They are edible and quite tasty. These macromycetes grow on sandy soils in pine forests. However, one can also meet them in mixed arrays. A characteristic feature is that these macromycetes hide in the soil and forest litter, which is why litter and sand stick to them. Therefore, green rows are difficult to prepare for cooking. They are harvested in October-November.