Clavulina rugosa (Rimpelige koraalzwam (BE) / Wrinkled Club (EN) / Runzliger Korallenpilz (DE) / Clavaire rugueuse (FR)) is a fungus in the Clavulinaceae family. The white, sparsely branched fruit bodies of this fungus are found in short grass, leaf litter or mosses (like Rhytidiadelphus squarrosus in this image), usually in or near woodland. Fruiting bodys usually are between 2 and 10 cm high. With age the branches devellop yellowish tints, especially at the blunt branch-tips.
Image: Schilde (BE) - 19/09/2010
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