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There are two varieties, sweet almond (P. dulcis variety dulcis) and bitter almond (P. dulcis variety amara). Sweet almonds are the familiar, edible type
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Truffles live in a natural symbiotic relationship (mycorrhiza) with forest trees and shrubs in most forest ecosystems. Except for well-known nutritional importance and unique
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The burgundy truffle is a variety of the summer truffle. It occurs in ectomycorrhizal symbiosis with Pinus, Quercus, Tilia, Corylus and other trees. It
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Amanita caesarea is a very popular edible mushroom which is known and used as food for more than 2000 years. The early Roman Emperors
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Cantharellus cibarius is commonly known as the chanterelle, golden chanterelle or griolle. It is probably the best known species of the genus Chantarellus, even
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Common hazel nuts are used mostly for food (fresh or fried nuts, confectionery products, chocolate industry), but it has also pharmaceutical uses (oils, soaps).
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The Eurasian Beaver (idem European beaver) (Castor fiber Linnaeus 1758) is a largest rodent in Eurasia and the second by its size (excluding capybara
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Alces alces is a circumpolar species which is known as European elk in Europe and Moose in North America. It is one of the
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Boletus edulis is a gourmet, meaty, mild-tasting wild mushroom. The latin name edulis means edible which confirms that is a well-known species. Boletus edulis
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