|synonyms: Tömzsi korallgomba|
|location: North America, Europe|
|fungus colour: White to cream|
|normal size: 5-15cm|
|cap type: Other|
|stem type: Lateral, rudimentary or absent|
|flesh: Flesh granular or brittle|
|spore colour: White, cream or yellowish|
|habitat: Grows in woods, Grows on plant material/manure|
Ramariopsis kunzei (Fr.) Donk Tömzsi korallgomba. Fruit body 2-10cm high, usually numerously branched, compound; snow-white at first, tinged with pink in maturity; scurfy. Stem up to lcm or none, scruffy-hairy. Flesh pliant to fragile; white. Spores broadly ellipsoid to subglobose, with minute spines, 3-5.5 x 2.5-4.5µ. Deposit white. Habitat in groups or clusters on humus in the woods. Sometimes common. Found in Europe and widely distributed in northeastern North America and from the Pacific Northwest to southern California. Season July-October. Said to be edible.
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