Hypholoma Fasciculare

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Hypholoma Fasciculare

 

a mushroom that grows in clusters on wood and tree stumps. It is distinguished from the honey mushroom (Armillaria mellea) and Pholiota mutabilis by its yellowish green gills and the bitter taste of the meat. H. fasciculare is poisonous.

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Above ground, the deadwood-feeding fungi like Sulphur Tuft and Jew's Ear, are still around, and will soon be feasting on the lumbering heaps of deadwood wrenched from the solid oaks by the recent storms.