Tricholoma sejunctum  (Sowerby) Quél. (1872)                                                  *Collections: PNW

Tricholoma sejunctum is an attractive mushroom that can be easily identified in the field by its yellowish cap inlaid with distinct black fibrils. This species has been reported to be slightly toxic and can be confused sometimes with the edible Tricholoma equestre/flavovirens. The two differ mainly by the fact that the gills of T. flavovirens are yellow even when young, while those of T. sejunctum develop yellow tinges only at age.

At age this species develops distinct yellowish tinges and can be confused with Tricholoma flavovirens.