A fallen Douglas-fir log was the base for hundreds of Hypholoma fasciculare (Sulfur tuft). Many grew clustered together. They measured mostly 1" to 1.5" across. The spore print was very dark brown.
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This clump of Sulfur Tuft (Hypholoma fasciculare) mushrooms was growing in a shady area of fallen trees and stumps. The second photo shows the spore print, which helped me identify these poisonous mushrooms.
Growing on the edge of the path which runs along the River Teifi.
Light brown fungi bunched together. Saw these growing in some long grass located on Bempton Cliffs, Yorkshire.
Could somebody identify these please?
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.