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Wrinkled coral fungus

Clavulina rugosa

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Clavulina rugosa, commonly known as the wrinkled coral fungus, is a species of coral fungus in the family Clavulinaceae. It is edible.


The species was originally described as Clavaria rugosa by Jean Bulliard in 1790. It was transferred to Clavulina by Joseph Schröter in 1888.


External links

  • Clavulina rugosa in Index Fungorum



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