Ramaria (family Gomphaceae, order Aphyllophorales) A genus of fungi, characterized by their richly branched, coralloid fruit bodies, which have tough flesh, and by their yellow to brown spores which are typically rough-surfaced. They are found mostly on the ground; R. stricta grows on tree-stumps.
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