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Hypholoma fasciculare   (Sulphur Tuft)
Family
Strophhariaceae
Location
North America, Europe
Dimensions
Cap 2-7 cm diameter, 4-10 cm tall * 0.5-1 cm diameter
Edibility
Poisonous

Description
Hypholoma fasciculare, also known as Sulphur Tuft Mushroom, is a medium-sized agaric whose main two characteristics is the greenish-yellow gills and a tendency to cluster on dead wood.

Cap convex, sulphur-yellow with darker orange center. It is expanded with age, smooth but with velar remnants attached to the margin. Flesh is sulphur-yellow, firm and moderate. Gills green sheen on greenish yellow to alove-brown, crowded, adnate. Stem is more or less similarly colored as the cap, but it is darker brown towards the base. Ring is zone-like, faint, and with maturity same color as spores.

Hypholoma fasciculare on the First Nature Web site.
Hypholoma fasciculare on the MushroomExpert.Com Web site.




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