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This fungus is poisonous
Sulphur Tuft is a pale to bright sulphur yellow mushroom with a orange to brown coloured tip growing in groups or "tufts" on rotting wood in forests and woodlands to a height of about 18cm (7in) and 3-6cm (1.2-2.3in). A very common mushroom in most temperate forest regions. It can also be found on forestry wood chips used as a mulch and occasionally in grass, but will actually be growing on rotting buried tree roots. It is inedible containing poisons that can cause liver damage, symptoms are nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and emesis. Spores are a purple-brown colour, gills greenish when immature, they smell a bit like iodine. Sulphur Tuft is not edible and can be mistaken for both the edible Hypholoma capnoides and for Honey Mushrooms of the Armillaria group.
|Source||Sulphur tufts (hypholema fasciculare)|
|Author||Bernard Spragg. NZ from Christchurch, New Zealand|
|Camera location||View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth|
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|Image resolution in width direction||180|
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|Exposure time||10/200 sec (0.05)|
|F number||f / 8|
|ISO speed rating||200|
|Compressed bits per pixel||4|
|Lens focal length||29.59 mm|
|Date and time original image was generated||2016:04:14 12:21:51|
|Date and time image was made digital data||2016:04:14 12:21:51|
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|Maximum lens aperture||3.7734375|
|Supported Flashpix version||0100|
|Color space information||1|
|Exif image width||4000|
|Exif image length||2405|
|Digital zoom ratio||0|
|Focal length in 35 mm film||88 mm|
|Software used||Adobe Photoshop CS2 Windows|
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