Clavulina cinerea

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Clavulina cinerea
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C. cinerea
Binomial name
Clavulina cinerea
(Bull.) J.Schröt. (1888)
Synonyms

Clavaria coralloides-cinerea Bull. (1788)
Clavaria cinerea Bull. (1791)
Ramaria cinerea (Bull.) Gray (1821)
Merisma cinereum (Bull.) Spreng. (1827)
Corallium cinereum (Bull.) G.Hahn (1883)

Clavulina cinerea is a species of coral fungus in the family Clavulinaceae. The common name for this species is Gray Coral. This grayish white edible fungus stands 11 cm tall, and can be found on the ground from July–October in Northeastern North America.

References[edit]

  • "americanmushrooms (Bessettte) A. E., (Bessette) A. R., (Fischer) D. W. 1997". Retrieved October 17, 2019..
  • "Clavulina cinerea (Bulliard) J. Schröter 1888". MycoBank. International Mycological Association. Retrieved 2012-04-06.

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