Notes: Close relative of H. capnoides the smoky gilled woodlover.
This species(also commonly called sulphur tuft) is poisonous and causes gastric upset. It is flourescent yellowish green when mature and has a purple/ dark partial veil remnant even when young.
In alder leaf litter on stream bank.
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