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Coral fungi

Clavarioid fungi

Description:

White, slim, simple, erect, or group of branching or worm-type fungi growing in leaf litter, decaying vegetation, or dead wood. Color can vary depending on type.

Habitat:

Leaf litter, sometimes mossy grasslands

Notes:

There are a couple of types of coral fungi that grow in different areas of the world. The specimen I found seemed prolific and is edible and is reported tasty.

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Tennessee, USA

Lat: 36.53, Long: -84.82

Spotted on Sep 3, 2018
Submitted on Sep 14, 2018

Spotted for mission

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