Species: Gliophorus sulfureus (Stevenson) Horak Go Back
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Description:
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This fungus is glutinous on both its cap and stripe and is often found in small groups. It is separated from the other two yellow species by having decurrent gills and no cheilocystidia.

 

Common name: None
Found: Lowland podocarp broad-leaved forest
Substrate: Forest floor
Spore: White
Height: 60 mm
Width: 20 mm
Season: Early winter
Edible: No
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Macro images:
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Gliophorus sulfureaScale bar 
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 Scale = 8.3 mm.
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Gliophorus nitidisScale bar 
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 Scale = 8.3 mm.
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