Collection location: Camp Thunderbird, Olympia, Washington, USA [Click for map]
Abundant on dead conifers and hardwoods as well.
This species (formerly Naemetoloma fasciculare) is also called the “suphur tuft” and is sometimes confused with H. capnoides- an edible species.
Bright yellow stalk and cap with a greenish hue- gills purplish brown- spore print purple brown.
Temp- low 60’s sunny.
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Created: 2011-05-22 05:01:11 BST (+0100)
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