Hypholoma capnoides, also known as Conifer Tuft, is a small or medium-sized agaric that has a yellowish-orange cap and has veil remnants visible at the pale margin. It is greasy when wet.
yellow to orange or brownish colour with pale yellow flesh. Gills initially pale orangish-yellow, pale grey when mature, later darker purple/brown. Spore print
dark burgundy/brown. Stem
yellowish, somewhat rust-brown below.
Hypholoma fasciculare and Hypholoma sublateritium, which are poisonous, also Hypholoma radicosum which is much rarer but is found in similar sites.
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