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Porcino, deciduous forest, Goweinica basin, North-west Poland

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Porcino (Boletus edulis) found in deciduous forests surrounding the Gowienica river basin, North-west Poland.

This is a mushroom found in the Northern Hemisphere across Europe and beyond. It is forming symbiotic ectomycorrhizal associations with living trees by enveloping the tree's underground roots with sheaths of fungal tissue. Other english names: cep, penny bun or porcini.

The Gowienica river catchment is restored riverine habitat catering a good number of migrating fish such as sea trout, salmon, grayling, bullhead, lampreys and other protected species.

Rewilding Oder Delta is working to support ecosystems around the Stettin Lagoon, particularly along the Ina and Gowienica rivers. River banks are restored, floodplains reconnected, and obstacles removed to enhance fish migration. With a goal to enhance natural water flow, biodiversity, and overall health and resilience of the natural landscape.
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Porcino (Boletus edulis) found in deciduous forests surrounding the Gowienica river basin, North-west Poland.<br />
<br />
This is a mushroom found in the Northern Hemisphere across Europe and beyond. It is forming symbiotic ectomycorrhizal associations with living trees by enveloping the tree's underground roots with sheaths of fungal tissue. Other english names: cep, penny bun or porcini. <br />
<br />
The Gowienica river catchment is restored riverine habitat catering a good number of migrating fish such as sea trout, salmon, grayling, bullhead, lampreys and other protected species.<br />
<br />
Rewilding Oder Delta is working to support ecosystems around the Stettin Lagoon, particularly along the Ina and Gowienica rivers. River banks are restored, floodplains reconnected, and obstacles removed to enhance fish migration. With a goal to enhance natural water flow, biodiversity, and overall health and resilience of the natural landscape.