Identification: Smaller Clustering Yellow Fungi

Discussion in 'Fungi, Lichens and Slime Molds' started by Joel Bolete, Oct 5, 2012.

  1. Joel Bolete

    Joel Bolete Active Member

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    Found near Buntzun Lake, Vancouver. Elevation under 1000ft.

    On rotting wood, undeterminable species.
    Aproximately 1"-4" tall.
    Stem longer than cap diameter
    Yellow with biege.
    No bulb on stem base.
    Stain of beige where veil detached from stem
    Gills tight and not decurrent.
    Soft flesh. very cute clusters of mushroom growing with obvious base in rotting wood.
    White mycelium at base.

    Would this be a Rhizo?
     

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  2. vitog

    vitog Rising Contributor 10 Years

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    Re: ID - Smaller Clustering Yellow Fungi

    It's probably Hypholoma fasciculare (formerly Naematoloma fasciculare), but I would have to see the gills to be sure.
     

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