Ramariopsis antillarum

A bright yellow club, often growing in groups. Size up to 50 x 4 mm.

Ramariopsisbicolor2a

Ramariopsis bicolor

A coralloid species, yellow-ochre with faint salmon tints on the branches and darker cinnamon colours towards the base. As it matures only the tips remain yellow. Up to 25 x 10 mm in size. Found on rotten logs.

Ramariopsis crocea

A bright yellow species, up to 50 x 20 mm in size. Found in mixed broadleaf forests.

Ramariopsis depokensis

A bright yellow-orange species, a simple club with some branching. Up to 70 x 5 mm in size. Found on soil in mixed broadleaf-podocarp forest.

Ramariopsis laeticolor

This species consists of bright yellow-orange clubs, up to 60 x 4 mm in size.

Ramariopsisnovahibernica1

Ramariopsis novae-hibernica

Ramariopsis ovispora

This species is made up of simple clubs growing in groups. The fruiting bodies are bright yellow to golden yellow, and up to 80 x 7 mm in size.

Ramariopsis pulchella

This is a small delicate pale mauve-grey species, up to 20 mm high.

Ramariopsis simplex

Found in small groups in many forest types. Clubs up to 60 mm x 4–6 mm in size.

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Ramariopsisantillarum
Ramariopsiscrocea1212
Ramariopsisdepokensis14B
Ramariopsislaeticolor7
Ramariopsisovispora1
Ramariopsispulchella1
Ramariopsissimplex1