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C. Avellanea

Clavicorona avellanea


Coral like appearance, rubbery to the touch, grows on the base of rotting conifer trees, unpleasant flavor but assumed to be edible.


Dead or decaying conifer trees, grows on decaying wood.


Coral like appearance, yellow in color, assumed to be edible but features a mildly unpleasant taste.

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Rochester, New Hampshire, USA

Spotted on Sep 9, 2012
Submitted on Sep 10, 2012

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