Tonight on Autumnwatch Unsprung, Nick is asking: Can you identify these fungi and tell us which ones are edible and which ones are 'dedible'?

Post your answers in the Comments section below and find out who has answered correctly on the show - 9pm on red button (channel 301) and on the web - http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01k6y70/live

Answers are:

A Fly agaric (inedible)

B False chantarelle (edible)

C The Prince (edible)

D Peppery bolete (edible)

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  • Comment number 25. Posted by Roger

    on 30 Oct 2013 21:29

    Where oh where did you get the hare figurines ?? I must get some ! Brilliant ! Do please tell where available. Pleeeeeeaaase !!!

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  • Comment number 24. Posted by Supama

    on 30 Oct 2013 21:25

    a) inedible fly agaric?
    b) edible
    c) edible
    d) inedible

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  • Comment number 23. Posted by crisgl1100

    on 30 Oct 2013 21:24

    A fly agaric poisonous
    B deceiver edible
    C false death cap in edible
    D field mushroom edible

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  • Comment number 22. Posted by wildlife isaac

    on 30 Oct 2013 21:23

    A. Un edible
    B. Un edible
    C. Edible
    D. Edible

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  • Comment number 21. Posted by Elisabeth Hunt

    on 30 Oct 2013 21:21

    A = UNEDIBLE - fly agaric
    B =EDIBLE - orange birch bolete
    C= EDIBLE - field mushroom
    D= UNEDIBLE-Sepia Webcap

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  • Comment number 20. Posted by Julie Massen

    on 30 Oct 2013 21:18

    A Fly agaric dedible
    B False chanterelle dedible
    C Field mushroom dedible
    D Bolette (Larch) edible

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  • Comment number 19. Posted by Connor

    on 30 Oct 2013 21:17

    a- inedible
    b - inedible
    c- edible
    d- inedible

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  • Comment number 18. Posted by damp cottage

    on 30 Oct 2013 21:17

    A fly agaric inedible C looks like The Prince D looks like boletus..maybe?

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  • Comment number 17. Posted by Simon Alpe

    on 30 Oct 2013 21:16

    Fly Agaric DEADABLE
    Chanterelle EDIBLE
    Horse Mushroom EDIBLE
    Sepia Webcap DEADABLE

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  • Comment number 16. Posted by Harry

    on 30 Oct 2013 21:14

    A:fly agaric inedible
    B:meadow waxcap edible
    C:field mushroom edible
    D:stump puffball edible

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