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I will Nick, i might not be able to do it today but certainly will do it this few days, thanks.
Thanks Gina.. BTW please take a look at my postings and see if I'm right on the species. I also have some which I was not sure about and left them unknown.. Regards,Nick
You maybe right Nick, Philipp should gives us a little information about every fungi. Gills, pores, rings are crucial on identifying mushrooms and when it comes to coral like mushroom close-up of the tips and branchlet is very important too.
Gina, you mean Ramaria Pallida.. you may be right..but the tips show the cristata, a distinctive coral mushroom that can be recognized in the field by its white colors and "cristate" branch tips, which are flattened and feature several tiny points.Nick
this one looks to me like romaria pallida
Nce. If I had to guess, its probably a "Clavulina Cristata"Nick
Spotted on Sep 25, 2010 Submitted on Jun 23, 2011