Orange Coral Fungi

kalaryder

Baldivis, Australia

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Don Shepherd Reserve, Karnup, Western Australia July 2016
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Ramaria ochraceosalmonicolor does not have a common name, but could be referred to as the salmon coral fungus. However, it does vary considerably in colour from various shades of yellow through to orange. The salmon coral fungus is common in eucalypt forests and woodlands throughout southern Australia, appearing amongst the litter from early to late autumn. It is conspicuous, not only by its colour and coral-like shape, but also by its size. Several fruit bodies generally develop together and can form clusters up to 20cm in diameter and 15cm tall. The colour tends to be more intense in young specimens. The
branching pattern is generally irregular, but the tips of branches tend to be rounded. The base of the stems is nearly always white. (information https://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/images/documents/abo...)

Featured in Earth’s All Natural Group 24/07/2016

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Fungalicious Group – March 2017
Australian Native Plants Group – October 2017

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