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Coral mushroom with banana slug Still waiting on a more exact species ID for this Ramaria, found in old Douglas fir-western hemlock-vine maple forest. Clustered coral,Fall,Geotagged,Ramaria botrytis,Ramaria stricta,United States,Upright Coral Fungus Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Coral mushroom with banana slug

Still waiting on a more exact species ID for this Ramaria, found in old Douglas fir-western hemlock-vine maple forest.

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  1. Awesome scene, Erin! Posted one year ago
    1. Thanks Ferdy. It does feel like "being there." It's a slow show in nature. Posted one year ago
  2. Visiting JungleDragon I'm reminded of the quote by Ansel Adams, “A great photograph is one that fully expresses what one feels, in the deepest sense, about what is being photographed and is, thereby, a true manifestation of what one feels about life in its entirety.” Posted one year ago
  3. Love this photo, it's such a fantastic scene. Posted one year ago
    1. Lots of levels there. Thanks Christine! Posted one year ago
  4. It almost look like udnerwater soft corals! beautiful! Posted one year ago
    1. With a sort of sea slug, yes! Thanks, Pato. Posted one year ago

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''Ramaria botrytis'', commonly known as the clustered coral, the pink-tipped coral mushroom, or the cauliflower coral, is an edible species of coral fungus in the family Gomphaceae. Its robust fruit body can grow up to 15 cm in diameter and 20 cm tall, and resembles some marine coral.

Similar species: Gomphales
Species identified by erinmoore
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Uploaded Oct 23, 2020. Captured Oct 22, 2020 13:12 in Mt Baker Hwy, Deming, WA 98244, USA.
  • iPhone SE (1st generation)
  • f/2.2
  • 1/30s
  • ISO100
  • 4.15mm