FUNNZ2006/0580;Host:;Substrate:wood;Ecosystem:;Locality:Rimu Track, Big Tree, Karamea;MapL28;Collector:Genevieve Gates;;
FUNNZ2006/0445;Host:;Substrate:dead wood;Ecosystem:;Locality:Charming Creek Walkway;MapL28;Collector:Wilson & Allen;;
FUNNZ2006/0984;Host:;Substrate:wood;Ecosystem:mixed forest;Locality:Nile River Walkway;MapK30;Collector:Petra White;;
FUNNZ2006/0485;Host:;Substrate:dead branch;Ecosystem:broadleaf forest;Locality:Charming Creek Walkway;MapL28;Collector:Innes Ritchie;PDD89077;
Description: A group of long, thin stemmed gilled mushrooms with small caps. Bright yellow stipes, gills, and edges of cap darkening into an orange-yellow center on the top of the cap. Caps are somewhat conic to convex in shape. As the mushroom sat out waiting to be identified, it started to turn a yellow-green color.
Habitat: Growing in the moss of a fallen log in a primarily Douglas-fr forest.
Also called Sulphur Tuft. Yellowish caps with yellowish gills that become greenish as the spores develop. Purple-brown spore print.Grows on rotting wood.
Hypholoma fasciculare, commonly known as the sulphur tuft, sulfur tuft or clustered woodlover, is a common woodland mushroom, often in evidence when hardly any other mushrooms are to be found. This saprophagic small gill fungus grows prolifically in large clumps on stumps, dead roots or rotting trunks of broadleaved trees.