sulphur tuft The common name for the dense clusters of fruit bodies of Hypholoma fasciculare, in which the cap is convex, 2–7 cm across, and bright yellow, becoming brownish towards the centre. The stem, flesh, and gills are yellow, although the gills later become dark brown. They are very common throughout the year on tree stumps.
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