Coral Fungi > Ramaria sp

Ramaria sp

Ramaria sp
(Yellow Ramaria, Ramaria largentii)


Grows in the woods on the ground at high elevations under spruce.


They remind me of cauliflower especially when cut. It is often abundant but very fragile and often full of dirt. They're said to have laxative effects for some people but I haven't experienced it. It's best to avoid any pink or reddish Ramaria's as they could be slightly poisonous.







Last Updated

Apr 15 2023 11:29 AM

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