Cluster of five. Black, browning at tips. Look dead. In conifer forest. Level land, wet soil. Growing on conifer root . 6.8 cm high.
small Ramaria, pale brown branches, fused slender stipe that is pale yellow at base
Coral orange, slightly paler at tips. Conifers and sword ferns nearby. No bruising. No rusty root. Inamyloid.
When dissected in lab, the base had a gelatinous texture and had a "compartmental" layout to it.
The genus Ramaria comprises approximately 200 species of coral fungi. Several, such as Ramaria flava, are edible and picked in Europe, though they are easily confused with several mildly poisonous species capable of causing nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea; these include R. formosa and R. pallida.