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Flag Ponds Nature Park
Light colored coral-looking fungus
Along trail growing out of fallen tree. Very shady area.
So cool looking
A coral fungus
fleshy, coral-like fruiting bodies on decaying wood
I had seen only this Coral fungus in PN photos. I was happy to find one.
This mushroom can be found throughout North America and is considered edible.
Many branched, yellowish coral with crownlike tips on wood.
coral fungus of some kind
Mixed deciduous woodland forest.
Growing on a rotten log.
sandy woods with pine and oak
Cream-colored coral fungus. Its characteristic feature is the crown-like shape ...
Coral-like base with sprouting arms and box-like tips; candelabra-like.
500th spotting :D
The spotting's name fits somehow for that :)
Grows in clusters about two to four inches high.
Corral like in appearance
Tall spike fungus, about 2-3 in tall, deciduous forest
White fungi growing on a dead rotting log.
Coral-like, branched mushroom. White to yellowish.
Creciendo en troncos caídos, en zona con presencia de helechos arborescentes.
I hope I am correct on ID for this.
Branches are approximately 1-5 mm thick and are white to pale yellow at first - ...
Along a trail near a small stream. Found at the base of a tree.
A common summer coral in PA.
Common. Leave a white spore print. Can be found from June to September
Blushy, Orange, White colors. Very similar looking to coral you find in the ...
Coral fungus - about 3" wide at the base
A coral fungus that is most noted for its crown-like shape of the tips of its ...
Crown-tipped coral fungas
grows on wood and branches
tips of the branches resemble coral
What a beauty! I almost stepped on it, thankfully i saw it first!
After the heavy rains mushrooms have started popping out like crazy. Sadly I ...
This coral fungus or coral mushroom is appropriately named because it looks ...
These fungi are considered edible when cooked, although some people may ...