| Entoloma murrayi
|The quirky Entoloma murrayi has a yellow cap, yellow stem and yellow gills.
Its pointy cap gives rise to the common name yellow unicorn mushroom.
"Entoloma murraii" is often used for this mushroom but it is a misspelling.
Other names include Inocephalus murraii, Nolanea murraii, Entoloma
cuspidatum, and Rhodopyllus murraii.
|Found in summer, damp conditions. Growing from leaf litter and soil,
often with moss. Pink spore print.
|Yellow gills have uneven edges. Short gills (lamellulae) emanate from the outer
cap edge. Cube-shaped spores (6-10µ) appear square under the microscope.