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Hypholoma capnoides, also known as Conifer Tuft, is a small or medium-sized agaric that has a yellowish-orange cap and has veil remnants visible at the pale margin. It is greasy when wet.
yellow to an orange or brownish colour with pale yellow flesh. Gills are initially pale orangish-yellow, pale grey when mature, and later darker purple/brown. Spore print
dark burgundy/brown. Stem
yellowish, somewhat rust-brown below.
on the First Nature Web site.
on the MushroomExpert.Com Web site.
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