A distinctive mauve fungus found in shaded woods, both deciduous and coniferous; especially associated with beech.
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|Sub-group||Tricholoma Fungi (Various)|
The tricholoma family of fungi are a very varied and complex collection of species. Some of the larger groups I have broken out in to other sections such as the knights and funnels, the bonnets and so on. Under this heading are some of the members of smaller species groups.
|Book Refererence||Toadstools and Mushrooms|