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Sulphur knight?

Tricholoma sulphureum?


90% sure they were growing under beech. Gills aren't as crowded as my other spotting of T. sulphureum but are still quite thick ( According to wikipedia T. equestre , T. sulphureum, T. auratum, and T. aestuans are all similar: T. equestre has a sticky cap, white flesh, thin crowded gills, and a mealy smell. T. sulphureum has yellow flesh, thick sinuate gills, and a smell of coal gas: because of the thick, sinuate gills on pic 2 I'm guessing T. sulphureum for now. But flesh seems pale on first photo


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England, United Kingdom

Lat: 51.46, Long: -1.15

Spotted on Nov 7, 2012
Submitted on Dec 9, 2012

Spotted for mission

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