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Yellowing knight (Tricholoma scalpturatum)
Photo by Impy,UK

Yellowing knight (Tricholoma scalpturatum)

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Photo taken October 2004, Beechwood

The cap when young is grey brown sometimes with a lilac tint. As it ages it takes on a beige brown appearance, darkening as it matures. Also as it ages yellowing appears from the edge of the cap.
A widespread fungi found in coniferous or deciduous forests, parks and roadsides, either on its own or in a large clump.


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