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parasitized with Helminthosphaeria clavariarum  Clavulina cristata,Geotagged,United States,White coral fungus,Winter Click/tap to enlarge

parasitized with Helminthosphaeria clavariarum

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  1. How is winter in the west, morpheme? Mild and wet like everywhere? Posted one year ago
    1. Wet and more wet.... We've made up for our dry fall this year with an insanely wet winter. We've set some records for most days of rain in a row. I think we had almost (maybe more) 2 straight months with everyday having measurable rainfall. It's been a little dicey in the outdoors - recently the rain has been heavy, so there's lots of flooding, mudslides and avalanche danger. It was super nice to just get outside yesterday. We still had to be careful of where we went, but at least the sun was out and it wasn't windy! Posted one year ago
      1. Wow, I guess that's a bit too much of a good thing. We're also having a wet winter but not as extreme as there, so I welcome the rain after a similar drought last summer.

        Can totally relate to this desire to have some nice weather and see the sun, it's been a while!
        Posted one year ago

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''Clavulina cristata'', commonly known as the white coral fungus or the crested coral fungus, is a white- or light-colored edible coral mushroom present in temperate areas of the Americas and Europe. It is the type species of the genus ''Clavulina''.

Similar species: Cantharellales
Species identified by morpheme
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By morpheme

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Uploaded Feb 10, 2020. Captured Feb 9, 2020 11:32 in 18043 187th Ave SE, Renton, WA 98058, USA.
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  • 55mm