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Coral Fungus

Clavulina spp


An impressive looking fungi.. branching? coral? type growing straight up out of the leaf litter. The whole bunch is only about 5cm in diameter and 8cm tall. White to cream/pink in colour, flattened stalk sort of appearance, all joined at the base and in separate fingers at the top.


Seen in leaf litter at the base of some trees on the edge of the forest.

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Kigoma, Tanzania

Spotted on Jan 4, 2016
Submitted on Jan 10, 2016

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