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White branched fungi

Observed: 10th November 2011 By: ve.emery
S159 Neighbourhood Nature - course complete
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white branched fungus

Three types of white, branched, rubbery but brittle, white fungi found in the mossy short grass of a church graveyard. They all had a mushroomy musty smell. All three types were seen througout the grass where the moss was deep and thick and often in close proximity to each other. Are these likely to be the same species or different species of the same genus or neither of the above?


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    Likely ID
    Clavaria species
    Confidence: It might be this.
Species interactions

No interactions present.


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The one on the right looks like crested coral to me.