Tricholomopsisornaticeps1

Tricholomopsis ornaticeps

An ochraceous cap densely covered with small brown fibrillose scales. Cap diam: up to 80 mm. The gills are yellow and the spore print is white. Saprobic on decaying wood on the ground. Found under beech, although it now also appears under pine and larch.

Tricholomopsisrutilans1a

Tricholomopsis rutilans

This species can vary greatly in size, from 20–160 mm. diam. The cap has ochre yellow colours under a dense covering of small brown fibrillose scales. The gills are yellow. It is found on rotting pine wood and stumps. It is an introduced species.

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Tricholomopsisscabra1382

Tricholomopsis scabra

This species is a yellow-orange colour but densely covered with coarse red-brown fibrous scales. Cap diam: 60–100 mm. The gills are yellow. The stipe is yellow but covered with reddish brown fibrils. It is found associated with tea tree and podocarps.

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