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Tricholoma flavovirens   (Edible Yellow Trich)
North America, Europe
Cap 5-14 cm diameter, stem 5-10 cm tall * 1.5-2.5 cm diameter

This is an agaric with medium to large cap; vivid yellow, brown at center; no black streaks or fibrils. Gills yellow.

Cap broadly convex or nearly flat, with an inrolled margin at first; expanding to broadly convex or flat, often with a broad, low, central hump. Pale yellow at first, then greenish yellow to vivid yellow and usually remaining yellow on margin but gradually becoming brown from disk center outward. Flesh thick, firm; white or tinged with yellow under cuticle. Gills notched around apex of stem, close, broad; edges become ragged with age. Gills attached to the stem, often by means of a notch; close, bright yellow, not staining when bruised. Stem more or less equal, or enlarged at base; solid or hollowed in age. Surface smooth to fibrillose; pale to light yellow.

Similar species Be sure to distinguish from Tricholoma sulphureum and from Tricholoma sejunctum, both of which are poisonous.

Tricholoma equestre (Tricholoma flavovirens) on the MushroomExpert.Com Web site.


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