A very common Autumn mushroom you’ll see on every foray in the woods.
|Common Names||Sulphur Tuft (EN), Torth Felen (CY), Maślanka Wiązkowa (PL), Sárga Kénvirággomba (HU)|
|Scientific Name||Hypholoma fasciculare|
|Season Start||All Year|
|Season End||All Year|
|Average Mushroom height (CM)||10|
|Average Cap width (CM)||7|
Conical. Sulphur yellow paling towards the edge aging to yellow/brown. Slight remains of veil often left hanging from the edges.
Sulphur yellow, darker at the base, pale towards the cap. Usually curved as the stem tends to start growing horizontally from a tree stump.
With the dirty olive coloured gills it is an easy to identify mushroom.
Purple/brown. Ellipsoid. You should scrape your spores into a small pile to get an accurate spore colour.
Taste / Smell