(7255) coral fungi Clavariaceae, about 70mm high bright orange ,another one of the colors which is hard to get "right" with flash photography,with a expodisc or not
Dendritic coral fungus, presumably this family.
Terricolous, seemingly growing sympatrically with a Cladonia spp.
No obvious reproductive parts. Mineral belt country.
or club fungi?
Coral mushroom (Ramaria species ??)
Mount Rainier National Park
Some type of spongy fungus. The specimen in the photos is about 8-10 inches long, 6 inches wide, and 1 to one-and-a-half inches thick.
It was found on the MicKinnick Trail just north of Sandpoint, Idaho, at approximately 4000'.
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.