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Beautiful Clavaria

Ramaria formosa

Description:

The genus Ramaria comprises approximately 200 species of coral fungi and after viewing A LOT of pictures I decided that this one looks more like formosa. Still, I am open to any suggestions :)

Notes:

It is quite funny that they are called coral fungi, they are the corals of the forest ;)

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4 Comments

hayde
hayde 10 years ago

Thanks for help!

Saarbrigger
Saarbrigger 10 years ago

I would say it's the "ramaria flavescens". This typ of mushroom is the most common coral fungi in Europe. In this case it's edible.

hayde
hayde 10 years ago

Thanks anyway! Fungi diversity is overwhelming ;)

Noe and Pili
Noe and Pili 10 years ago

Clavaria aurea grows in summer an autumn, but I'm not a mushroom expert. Maybe Gina could help you with the ID.

hayde
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małopolskie, Poland

Spotted on Aug 18, 2011
Submitted on Aug 23, 2011

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