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Ramariopsis kunzei     Common White Coral

Fruitbodies are 2-6 cm tall, chalk-white with open branches arising from an inconspicuous stalk. The branches are slender, fragile, curved and of uniform width. The spore print is white. Common and widespread, this is an attractive and easily identified species that fruits on the ground in grassy places in woods. Edible.