Phylum: Basidiomycota Class: Basidiomycetes
Order: Agaricales Family: Strophariaceae
Species: Hypholoma fasciculare (Huds.) P. Kumm.
Synonyms: Agaricus fascicularis
Agaricus sadleri
Clitocybe sadleri
Naematoloma fasciculare
Pratella fascicularis
Common Name: Sulphur Tuft
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Hypholoma fascicularePhotographer:  David Mitchel
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Associated Species (where recorded) & number of records:
Abies procera (1)
Alnus glutinosa (1)
Betula jacquemontii (1)
Betula pendula (1)
Betula pubescens (1)
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana (1)
Corylus avellana (1)
Crataegus monogyna (1)
Fagus sylvatica (1)
Fraxinus excelsior (1)
Larix (1)
Larix decidua (1)
Picea abies (1)
Picea sitchensis (1)
Pinus (1)
Pinus sylvestris (1)
Prunus laurocerasus (1)
Pseudotsuga menziesii (1)
Quercus (1)
Quercus petraea (1)
Rhododendron ponticum (1)
Salix (1)
Salix cinerea (1)
Ulmus (1)
Habitat (where recorded) & number of records:
Woodland: broadleaved, semi-natural (39)
Woodland: mixed (33)
Woodland: coniferous, plantation (19)
Woodland (12)
Woodland: broadleaved (11)
Woodland: broadleaved, plantation (11)
Neutral grassland: semi-improved (10)
Woodland: mixed, plantation (9)
Parkland and scattered trees (7)
Built up area, domestic (4)
Acid grassland (3)
Grassland: calcareous, semi-improved, upland (3)
Other artificial habitats (3)
Built-up areas (2)
Grassland: acidic, unimproved, lowland (2)
Scrub (2)
Bare ground (1)
Bog (1)
Boundaries: intact hedge (1)
Boundaries: wall (1)
Coastland: grey dunes (1)
Cultivated/disturbed land (1)
Grassland: acidic, semi-improved, upland (1)
Holcus lanatus-Juncus effusus rush-pasture (1)
Marsh/marshy grassland (1)
Mire: blanket bog (1)
Ornamental gardens (1)
Parkland and scattered trees: broadleaved (1)
Parkland and scattered trees: mixed (1)
Recently felled woodland (1)
Sand-dune (1)
Sand-dune: dune grassland (1)
Sand-dune: dune slack (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:
Branch (1)
Buried Wood (1)
Cut Trunk (1)
Dead Branch (1)
Dead Wood (1)
Fallen Branch (1)
Fallen log (1)
Fallen Tree (1)
Log (1)
Root (1)
Rotting Wood (1)
Soil (1)
Soil Grassy (1)
Soil Leaves (1)
Soil Mossy (1)
Soil Needle (1)
Stem (1)
Stump (1)
Tree (1)
Wood (1)
Months recorded in & number of records:
January (4)
February (1)
April (1)
May (6)
June (4)
July (18)
August (28)
September (71)
October (127)
November (48)
December (6)