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Sulphar Tuft (Hypholoma fasciculare)
Photo by Psilo,Bolton,UK
 


Sulphar Tuft (Hypholoma fasciculare)

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Photo taken October 2004, Bolton

This is a very common fungus that grows on logs and dead roots. It grows in tufts or groups and is easily recognised from its orange/yellow colour.

WARNING: This fungi is NOT edible. This fungi smells of iodine and if eaten will cause liver damage.



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