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Ramaria

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6 Comments

Gina9210
Gina9210 9 years ago

I will Nick, i might not be able to do it today but certainly will do it this few days, thanks.

Nicholas4
Nicholas4 9 years ago

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

Gina9210
Gina9210 9 years ago

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.

Nicholas4
Nicholas4 9 years ago

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

Gina9210
Gina9210 9 years ago

this one looks to me like romaria pallida

Nicholas4
Nicholas4 9 years ago

Nce. If I had to guess, its probably a "Clavulina Cristata"
Nick

Philipp Kickinger
Spotted by
Philipp Kickinger

Gemeinde Klausen-Leopoldsdorf, Niederösterreich, Austria

Spotted on Sep 25, 2010
Submitted on Jun 23, 2011

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