Ramaria stricta (NL: Rechte koraalzwam / EN: Upright Coral / DE: Steife Koralle / FR: Ramaire droite) is a fungus in the Gomphaceae family. It grows from wood but this is often buried. It features branches that are usually "strictly" oriented, so that they are mostly straight and ascending. When fresh, its branch tips are yellow and its branches are dull yellowish buff, but its surfaces bruise and discolor purplish brown. This image is made in almost the last sunlight of the day - the golden hour ...
Image: Watermaal-Bosvoorde (B) - 03/10/2011
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