Ramaria ochraceosalmonicolor 1
Ramaria ochraceosalmonicolor a very common Australian mycorrhizal species, to 150 mm high, growing in dense bunches, branching 4 or 5 times; tips of branches either acute or rounded, sometimes compressed like cauliflowers. Tips yellowish-pink, body salmon-pink or orange; shading to white or pale near the base. Spore print ochre brown. Often forms rings or arcs in eucalypt forest. Jack Cann Reserve, Blackwood, 2005.
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