Sulphur Tuft  (Hypholoma fasciculare)

Edibility

Edibility:Poisonous

Season

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Description

Cap: 3-7cm Bell-shaped. Sulphur yellow, slightly darker towards the centre.

Gills: Initially sulphur yellow, later becoming brown.

Stem: Sulphur yellow, darker towards the base. Slight residual ring.

Spores: Brown or purplish brown.

Flesh: Yellow

Habitat: In clusters on deciduous or coniferous deadwood.

Frequency: Very Common


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