Hypholoma (family Strophariaceae) A genus of fungi in which the fruit bodies are mushroom-shaped, and are typically some shade of yellow or brown. The spores are dark brown or purplish-brown. Hypholoma species are found on peaty ground among mosses, or on wood, especially on tree-stumps. See also SULPHUR TUFT.
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