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Photograph by JJ Harrison. "The Clavariaceae are a family of fungi in the Agaricales order of mushrooms. The family contains 7 genera and 120 species. Collectively, they are commonly known as coral fungi due to their resemblance to aquatic coral, although other vernacular names including antler fungi, finger fungi, worm mold, and spaghetti mushroom are sometimes used for similar reasons."

Clavulinopsis corallinorosacea, a species of coral fungus, photographed in Mt Field National Park, Tasmania, Australia.

Pigs Ears, Violet Chanterelle (Gomphus clavatus) An edible species of fungus native to Eurasia and North America.

Gomphus clavatus is an edible species of fungus in the genus Gomphus, family Gomphaceae. It is commonly known as pigs ears.

Humaria hemisphaerica fungi, commonly known as the hairy fairy cup - Imgur

Humaria hemisphaerica fungi, commonly known as the hairy fairy cup

Post with 2444 views. Humaria hemisphaerica fungi, commonly known as the hairy fairy cup

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Clathrus ruber (latticed stinkhorn, basket stinkhorn, or red cage) has a fetid odor, somewhat like rotting meat, which attracts flies and other insects to help disperse its spores.

Pilobolus sp. The fastest thing on earth.  The spore is called Pilobolus which accelerates 0-45 mph in the first millimeter of flight.

Pilobolus is a genus of fungi. The fastest thing on earth. The spore is called Pilobolus which accelerates mph in the first millimeter of flight.

Orange Coral Mushroom - Lee Rentz

An Orange Coral Mushroom. Life in the forests along the McLane Creek Nature Trail, Capitol Forest, of Washington State, USA

“Morchella crassipes” by carlespoveda. Wonderful edible species.....the one species most Americans who hunt...will collect.

Mushroom - “Morchella crassipes” by carlespoveda.the one species most Americans who hunt.will collect.

Laetiporus is a genus of edible mushrooms found throughout much of the world. Some species, especially Laetiporus sulphureus, are commonly known as sulphur shelf, chicken of the woods, the chicken mushroom, or the chicken fungus because many think they taste like chicken.

Laetiporus sulphureus, are commonly known as sulphur shelf, chicken of the woods, the chicken mushroom, or the chicken fungus because many think they taste like chicken.

"Campanella caesia -a very rare type of mushroom | 46 #Magical Wild Mushrooms You Won't #Believe Are Real ... "

"Campanella caesia, a rare species of fungi, with very few citations, fruiting on Arundo donax, Riba-roja de Turia." Looks like coral.

Bright yellow finger mushrooms - doesn't it look like a hand?

Bright yellow finger mushrooms - doesn't it look like a hand?

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