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Sulphur tuft

Hypholoma fasciculare


Sulphur Tufts grow in clumps or tight clusters on rotting logs and stumps. The hemispherical cap can reach 6 cm (​2 1⁄3 in) diameter. It is smooth and sulphur yellow with an orange-brown centre and whitish margin. The crowded gills are initially yellow but darken to a distinctive green colour as the blackish spores develop on the yellow flesh. It has a purple brown spore print. (poisonous).


Spotted on a rotting log in a moist old growth forest near the Snoqualmie river.

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Washington, USA

Lat: 47.55, Long: -121.86

Spotted on Oct 1, 2018
Submitted on Oct 21, 2018

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