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Sulphur tuft

Hypholoma fasciculare

Description:

Small light brown mushrooms stacking on top of each other forming clumps.

Habitat:

Leaf litter under trees.


1 Species ID Suggestions

Machi
Machi a month ago
Sulphur Tuft
Hypholoma fasciculare Hypholoma fasciculare - Wikipedia


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6 Comments

Brian38
Brian38 a month ago

Thanks again Machi. I'll look at it.

Machi
Machi a month ago

In the first photo I didn't notice the cedar (?) leaves, and only originally saw the oak leaf. I think Hypholoma capnoides could be another option.

Jae
Jae a month ago

I agree with Machi. Smooth cap and no stem ring or remnants of a stem ring suggest a different species.

Brian38
Brian38 a month ago

Thank you Machi.

DrNamgyalT.Sherpa
DrNamgyalT.Sherpa a month ago

Is it edible! One similar looking I've seen kill many people!

Machi
Machi a month ago

Smooth cap is a good indication that a mushroom you have found is not Armillaria mellea



Brian38
Spotted by
Brian38

Washington, USA

Lat: 47.33, Long: -122.28

Spotted on Nov 16, 2019
Submitted on Dec 8, 2019

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