Collection location: Albion, Mendocino Co., California, USA [Click for map]
This was the only Ramaria found in large number this day. Usually we get a dozen different species, but there was only a bunch of this one, and one from another species.
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These I would say are more of a olive-brown. There are really green ones, I have a photo, and looking at this list, I don’t think I’ve gotten back to posting it…
On the forest floor, against the brown background, the tips looked kinda yellow-tan, and the olive-brown was hidden. What I find weird about these, is how white the base is.
Usually people bring only 1-2 small ones of these, but this day, bunches of big ones. They must love lots of rain compared to other Ramarias.
Woah… never seen green coral fungi! Rad!
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