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Ramaria lutea   (Coral fungi)
3-8 cm dianter * 4-11 cm tall
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Ramaria lutea is a medium-sized, ochre-yellow fungus that is repeatedly branching and coral-like. It grows solitary or more typically in extensive troops on woody debris.

Fruiting body ochraceous tinged buff, becoming darker with age, repeatedly branching coral-line with pointed forked tips. The branches are cylindrical or laterally compressed arising from a pallid stout stem. The flesh is white, elastic and tough.

Similar species The Ramaria genus comprises approximately 200 species of which many are so similar to each other that they can be distinguished only with a microscope.

Ramaria genus on Wikipedia.

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