Top 10 Rarest Mushrooms Found in Nature

Cordyceps Militaris: Asian grassland, growing on insects and parasites, but the cultivation can happen in rice and silkworm moths.

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Eastern Cauliflower Mushroom: is one of the rarest mushrooms from the Sparassis genus, characteristic for its similarities to cauliflower.

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Pink Waxcap Mushroom: The mushroom is also known as the ballerina waxcap, found in Great Britain’s grassland with a pale pink cap.

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Guchchi Mushroom: This spongy honeycomb mushroom, also known as Morel, is considered one of the most expensive mushrooms in India.

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Yartsa Gunbu Summer grass winter worm: This yellow-grey fungus is a parasite infecting ghost moth caterpillars before killing them from inside.

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Amanita nouhrae: the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species currently has about 600 mature individuals only in Argentina and Chile.

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European White Truffle: most expensive truffles is The European White Truffle growing with oak, hazel, beech, and fruits in autumn.

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Podostroma cornu-damae: Also known as poison fire coral, this mushroom is highly fatal due to the toxic chemical product found in fungi.

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Matsutake Mushrooms: in Japan for thousands of years, but its price comes mostly from their specific needs to grow.

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The Devil’s Cigar Texas Star: is one of the rarest fungi found only in Japan and Texas. It resembles a small rusty cigar with four to seven points.

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