Observation 211089: Ramaria eumorpha (P. Karst.) Corner

When: 2015-06-26

Collection location: Loseeniy Ostrov or Elk Island National Park, Moscow, Russia [Click for map]

55.8448° 37.7479° 235m

Who: Igor (Igor_Yevdokimov)

No specimen available

Ramaria eumorpha (P. Karst.) Corner, Clavariaceae, Aphyllophorales (Рамария обыкновенная, Рогатик Инвала)
Branched mushroom clusters: 2×4 cm up to 5×10 cm in plan, 2-4cm high.
Mushroom: 2-5mm wide, branched, 2-4cm high; light cream; dull yellowish-brown or brownish-yellow; very top of cylinder looks as a gentle cup, sometimes with short tiny ‘horns’.
Habitat: rather rare kind, single clusters or group of clusters at the old partially rotten deciduous stumps or trunks (mainly rotten oak wood) in mixed well-shadowed forest mainly deciduous.
Edibility: published that edible after boiling (Vyacheslav Stepanov’s mushroom website)
Season: June-August (?)


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