The Clavariaceae family consists of 7 genera and about 120 species. They are commonly called ‘coral’ fungi. Not too long ago they were all called Clavaria, but they are currently divided into several genera including Clavicorona, Clavulina, Clavulinopsis, Macrotuphula, Ramaria and Ramariopsis. 

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