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Observed: 23rd August 2013 By: devenish
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Description:

Two or three clumps of this bright orange coral or staghorn - like fungus were on the woodland floor. The woods are mixed but with large number of mature Beech in this area.

Identifications

No identification made yet.

Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

marksteer's picture

Not sure with this one but

Not sure with this one but looks like Ramariaceae. Could be Ramaria formosa or R.aurea - both not common. Beech suggests not Calocera viscosa Yellow Stag's Horn as usually with conifers.

The more I know the more I realise I don't know

miked's picture

Any chance you could get a

Any chance you could get a better picture as this looks rather interesting. Do you think it might be growing on a leaf or other object rather than comint up out of the ground

devenish's picture

I have just visited the site,

I have just visited the site, but, as expected, I was unable to find any further examples - the original photos were taken in August (and I do not have a clear memory of whether the samples were growing from the ground or from other material). I have added 2 other photos taken of the original sighting, but I have limited confidence they will be any more help.
Many thanks for your interest.