Phylum: Basidiomycota Class: Agaricomycetes
Order: Agaricales Family: Strophariaceae
Species: Hypholoma fasciculare var. fasciculare (Huds.) P. Kumm.
Synonyms: Agaricus fascicularis
Agaricus sadleri
Clitocybe sadleri
Hypholoma fasciculare
Hypholoma fasciculare f. sterilis
Naematoloma fasciculare
Nematoloma fasciculare
Pratella fascicularis
Common Name: Sulphur Tuft


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Associated Species (where recorded) & number of records:
Fagus sylvatica (32)
Quercus (14)
Corylus avellana (14)
Pinus sylvestris (9)
Larix (8)
Prunus laurocerasus (7)
Picea abies (7)
Fraxinus excelsior (6)
Picea sitchensis (6)
Betula pubescens (5)
Pseudotsuga menziesii (5)
Quercus petraea (4)
Pinus (4)
Betula pendula (4)
Salix (3)
Picea (3)
Acanthaceae (2)
Rhododendron ponticum (1)
Ulex europaeus (1)
Ulmus (1)
Quercus robur (1)
Salix cinerea (1)
Crataegus monogyna (1)
Coniferophyta (1)
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana (1)
Betula jacquemontii (1)
Betula (1)
Beech (1)
Alnus glutinosa (1)
Abies procera (1)
Abies (1)
Larix decidua (1)
Habitat (where recorded) & number of records:
Woodland: broadleaved, semi-natural (43)
Woodland: mixed (35)
Woodland: coniferous, plantation (18)
Woodland (14)
Parkland and scattered trees (12)
Woodland: broadleaved (11)
Woodland: broadleaved, plantation (11)
Neutral grassland: semi-improved (10)
Woodland: mixed, plantation (10)
Woodland: mixed, semi-natural (7)
Built up area, domestic (4)
Grassland: calcareous, semi-improved, upland (3)
Other artificial habitats (3)
Grassland: acidic, unimproved, lowland (2)
Marsh/marshy grassland (2)
Scrub (2)
Acid grassland (1)
Bare ground (1)
Bog (1)
Boundaries: intact hedge (1)
Built-up areas (1)
Grassland and marsh (1)
Grassland: acidic, semi-improved, upland (1)
Holcus lanatus-Juncus effusus rush-pasture (1)
Mire: blanket bog (1)
Neutral grassland (1)
Parkland and scattered trees: broadleaved (1)
Parkland and scattered trees: mixed (1)
Recently felled woodland (1)
Woodland and scrub (1)
Woodland: broadleaved, semi-natural, high forest (1)
Woodland: coniferous (1)
Woodland: coniferous, plantation, high forest (1)
Woodland: mixed, plantation, high forest (1)
Woodland: plantation (1)
Substrate (where recorded) & number of records:
Stump (109)
Dead Wood (60)
Quercus rubra (23)
Acer pseudoplatanus (8)
Tree (7)
Soil Grassy (5)
Fallen log (4)
Dead Branch (3)
Fallen Branch (3)
Fallen Wood (3)
Log (3)
Soil (3)
Buried Wood (2)
Fallen Tree (2)
Rotting Wood (2)
Soil Mossy (2)
Soil Needle (2)
trunk, fallen (2)
wood (2)
Cut Trunk (1)
Grass (1)
mast (1)
Root (1)
Soil Leaves (1)
Stem (1)
Months recorded in & number of records:
January (3)
February (1)
March (5)
April (1)
May (6)
June (4)
July (18)
August (28)
September (69)
October (151)
November (43)
December (6)