Hypholoma fasciculare by gijsje

Hypholoma fasciculare

Don't these look like little buns?
Hypholoma fasciculare, commonly known as the sulphur tuft, sulfur tuft or clustered woodlover, is a common woodland mushroom, often in evidence when hardly any other mushrooms are to be found. This saprophagic small gill fungus grows prolifically in large clumps on stumps, dead roots or rotting trunks of broadleaved trees.

The "sulphur tuft" is bitter and poisonous; consuming it can cause vomiting, diarrhea and convulsions.
Dutch: zwavelkopjes.
Prachtige vondst en opname. Had deze ook vanmiddag voor de lens
( In Zeeland komen steeds meer stemmen op om ze te verbieden anders dan op daken. Ik ben voor.)
October 4th, 2020  
What a lovely colony of fungi
October 4th, 2020  
Well at least it makes for a great picture
October 4th, 2020  
They do look like little buns! Terrific photo of them~
October 4th, 2020  
Oh my I thought they were a cluster of grapes!
October 4th, 2020  
neat
October 5th, 2020  
I see buns too , too bad they are not good to eat. Cool shot.
October 5th, 2020  
Cool shot.
October 5th, 2020  
or little mushrooms
October 5th, 2020  
I first thought " a bunch of green grapes " such a great cluster of mushrooms...
October 5th, 2020  
Waw what a cluster I also thought them to be grapes on first glance
October 5th, 2020  
Great find! They do look like little buns (or grapes)!
October 5th, 2020  
They do. Well spotted!
October 5th, 2020  
What a fabulous find and shot, I thought it was something edible ;-)
October 5th, 2020  
Beautifully presented
October 5th, 2020  
Good to photograph and better to know they are poisonous!
October 5th, 2020  
Great find and capture.Fav!!😃
October 5th, 2020  
They look poisonous somehow but a wonderful clump of fungi. You want to just run your hand over the top to see what they feel like!
October 5th, 2020  
wow, as soon as I saw them I thought they were a bunch of grapes too, I had never seen them, they are very interesting
October 5th, 2020  
At first glance I thought they were bubbles! They are so pretty. Wonder if any fairies live there?
October 6th, 2020  
Bep
@ninaganci
I didn't see any...
October 6th, 2020  
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