15th November 2016

Sulphur Tuft fungi– a common and poisonous fungi. So many fungi are hard to identify, or localised in their growth, so here is one that is widespread, can be seen at any time of the year and grows on rooting conifer and deciduous wood and tree stumps. Starting off a brighter yellow, more orange in the centre, they grow in clumps and become paler and more cream/brown-coloured as they mature. Conditions: Mild, with some sun following the biggest full moon last night for seventy years. Temperature: Max 14- Min 8C.

Sulphur Tuft

Sulphur Tuft

Sulphur Tuft

Sulphur Tuft

Sulphur Tuft

Sulphur Tuft

Sulphur tuft

Sulphur tuft

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