Ramaria

Ramaria

a genus of macrofungi of the class Basidiomycetes (Clavariaceae). Their fruiting bodies contain an unidentified toxin which causes death in cattle. Signs include salivation, mucosal erosions, ocular lesions and abortion. See also mal do eucalipto. Called also fairy clubs, coral fungus.
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Notas en Gomphales VIL Un abordaje taxonomico de Ramaria.
The find was made by Marc Campobasso and, from Marc's photograph, the fungus was identified as the Greenstaining Coral Ramaria abietina (Figs 1 and 2).
viscosa and often confused with some of the Ramaria species of coral fungi, but the greasy, viscid surface is an immediately obvious distinguishing feature of this species.
1996), Calostoma cinnabarinum Corda de la region sierra Otomi-Tepehua en Hidalgo (Bautista-Nava y MorenoFuentes, 2009) y Ramaria araiospora var.
Pistillarin, a characteristic metabolite of Clavariadelphus pistillaris and several Ramaria species(Basidionycetes).
Cornetas [flecha diestra] Gomphus floccosus Sing Escobetas [flecha diestra] Ramaria flava Fr.
hongo de ocote), Boletus edulis (pancitas blancas y negras) y Rhodophylus clypeatus (clavos)--especies mas abundantes en los bosques de Pinus-, mientras que en los de Abies sobresale la produccion de Ramaria botritis (escobetas) y de Pholiota spp.
Dos 21 encefalos restantes, 12 tinham lesoes de encefalopatia hepatica, quatro de encefalomalacia focal simetrica (intoxicacao por Ramaria flavo-brunnescens), tres de intoxicacao por Solanum fastigiatum, um de polioencefalomalacia e um de meningoencefalite nao-supurativa inespecifica.
107-108), ou a ramaria do carvalho ou do pinheiro (110), que o deus exibe como insignias da pujanca que o caracteriza.
La poca estabilidad temporal de los hongos encontrados en este trabajo [Russsula sp de 4-a 7 dias, Lactarius sp de 6 a 18 dias y Ramaria sp de de 15 dias a un mes, (Ruiz com.
Mushroom show participant and LCC instructor Marcia Peeters displays two edible mushroom species: Cantharellus formosus (left) and Ramaria araiospora (below left), which should be foraged with caution due to its similar appearance to some inedible species.