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Kuehneromyces mutabilis, also known as Sheathed Woodtuft, is a medium-sized agaric that has an umbonate honey-brown to yellow hat, which dries from the centre, often producing a two-tone effect. It also has yellowish or reddish-brown gills and a ring on the stem. It grows clustered on stumps and logs of broad-leaf trees, favouring birch. The mushroom can easily be confused with Galerina marginata (Funeral Bell).
convex, becoming broadly convex or nearly flat, and hygrophanous which means it is changing colour as it dries out and fading to yellowish or brownish (often passing through a two-toned stage). Gills
adnate and crowded, whitish to pale tan when young, becoming cinnamon brown as the spores mature. Spores
are Cinnamon brown. Stem
pale and smooth above the ragged stem ring; fibrous, scaly and dark tan below, graduating to almost black at the base.
on the First Nature Web site.
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