coral fungus

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any of numerous fungi of the family Clavariaceae often brightly colored that grow in often intricately branched clusters like coral

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For the coral fungus, so-called for obvious reasons, Guenther hand-rolled fine ropes of wax until they were delicate enough to represent the small divided tips.
We have strong evidence that it is a coral fungus that promotes the effects of other fungi, including Fusarium spp.
She found the Violet Coral fungus at a site near Steel Rigg on Hadrian's Wall while out with a group on one of the initiative's free public "exploration" days.
In the first, Bilney focuses on the damage caused by Sambar Deer rubbing their antlers on Yellow-wood; and there is a Note on an introduced species of Coral fungus.
It was interesting, therefore, on a recent foray to Dom Dom Saddle at the top of Black Spur (north-east of Melbourne in the Yarra Ranges National Park) to find another white coral fungus growing gregariously in grass, not in native habitat, but under a conifer (Spruce, Picea sp.