Clavulina wrinkled

Clavulina rugosa (Clavulina rugosa) Clavulina rugosa (Clavulina rugosa) Clavulina rugosa (Clavulina rugosa)

Clavulina rugosa (Clavulina rugosa)

Systematics:

  • Department: Basidiomycota (Basidiomycetes)
  • Subdivision: Agaricomycotina (Agaricomycetes)
  • Class: Agaricomycetes (Agaricomycetes)
  • Subclass: Incertae sedis (undefined)
  • Order: Cantharellales (Chanterelle (Cantarella))
  • Family: Clavulinaceae (Clavulinaceae)
  • Genus: Clavulina (Clavulina)
  • Species: Clavulina rugosa (Clavulina rugose)
    Other names for the mushroom:
  • Coral is whitish

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Coral is whitish

Clavulina rugosa (Clavulina rugosa)

Description: Fruit body 5-8 (15) cm high, slightly bushy, branched from a common base, sometimes horn-like, with smooth and wrinkled few thick (0.3-0.4 cm thick) branches, first with pointed, later with obtuse, rounded ends, white, cream, less often yellowish, dirty-brownish at the base Flesh is fragile, light, without a special smell

Distribution: Clavulinus wrinkled fungus spread from mid-August to October, more often in coniferous forests, among mosses, occurs singly and in small groups, rarely

Grade: Clavulina wrinkled – considered a poor quality edible mushroom (after boiling for 10-15 minutes)

Clavulina rugosa (Clavulina rugosa) Clavulina rugosa (Clavulina rugosa) Clavulina rugosa (Clavulina rugosa)

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