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you need to microscope it. For Europe you need the monography of Josef Kristan from Germany. Also you have to look at the rhizomorphs at the base of the fruitbody, for clamp connections and the ornamentation of the spores. And which also should be important you need to look at young and old specimens for color change with and without bruising or touching.
Gerhard, thank you for your comment.
None of Ramaria neoformosa and R subbotyris were not reported from Turkey so far. When bruishing, pinkish color is apparent on stalk. So, I thought it would be R formosa.
is impossible with Ramaria.
Besides, R. formosa does not fruit that early in the year.
I also do find a very early Ramaria fruiting here in Austria but am not able to come to species since ten or more years now. But I think it’s close to Ramaria subbotrytis or Ramaria neoformosa.
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