Find Edible Mushrooms In Utah.
Utah is not known for having edible mushrooms, but in fact there are quite a few edible mushroom species that pop up after a rain storm. This site is dedicated to helping you identify Utah edible mushrooms, and finding locations where edible mushrooms grow. Unlike most mushroom sites we actively search for these delectable edibles, and we disclose the areas in Utah where we find them.
Black Morel, Morchella elata or M. conica
Black Morel mushrooms.
Yellow Morel, Morchella esculenta
Yellow Morel Mushrooms.
White Morel, Morchella deliciosa
While Morel mushrooms.
Shaggy Mane, Coprinus comatus
Shaggy Mane Mushrooms.
Meadow Mushroom, Agaricus campestris
Wood Ear, Auricularia auricula
Puffball, many different species
Have found Puffball mushrooms in little cottonwood canyon at bells canyon reservoir.
Chanterelle, Cantharellus cibarius
Chanterelle mushrooms or golden chanterelles.
King Bolete, Boletus edulis
The king bolete or porcini. These mushrooms are tasty.
Oyster mushrooms, Pleurotus pulmonarius
Oyster Mushrooms can be found in big cottonwood canyon.
There are some poisonous mushroom species that grow in Utah. No mushrooms should be eaten unless a 100% positive identification has been made. The edible mushrooms listed above are relatively easy to identify, and are not easily confused with non edible mushroom species. This site is to help you learn about the edible mushrooms in Utah and assumes no responsibility / liability for damages due to misidentification or injestion of any species of mushrooms listed here. Hunt for edible mushrooms at your own risk.
More Utah Outdoor Websites.
Here are some links to other outdoor related sites:UtahFishing.info
The Best Place to find information about fishing spots in utah
. I like this site because they have writers that actively fish and report about their experiences.