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For other uses, see Mushroom (disambiguation).
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A bittercap mushroom (or bittercap) is a type of fungus. While they are not edible by themselves, they are non-poisonous and have a variety of culinary and other uses.

Products[edit | edit source]

px Fairy ring (Construction)
  • 85 Construction
px Moonlight mead × 8
  • 44 Cooking
px Moonlight mead(4) × 2
  • 44 Cooking
px Moonlight mead(m) × 8
  • 44 Cooking
px Moonlight mead(m4) × 2
  • 44 Cooking
px Otherworldly theme
  • 75 Construction
px Sliced mushrooms
  • 1 Cooking
px Spirit tree & fairy ring
  • 95 Construction
  • 83 Farming

Obtaining[edit | edit source]

Players with 53 Farming can grow mushrooms from a mushroom spore in the mushroom patch near Canifis (close to the fairy ring CKS). This takes about six hours to grow and yields six mushrooms. Players do not need a spade to harvest this item. Harvesting grants 58 Farming experience per mushroom, for a total of 348 experience per patch.

Players with 65 Woodcutting can chop Sulliuscep mushrooms on Fossil Island, which can produce bittercap mushrooms.

Uses[edit | edit source]