High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Ramaria botrytis,
commonly known as the cauliflower coral, the pink-tipped coral
mushroom, or the clustered coral, is an edible species of coral
fungus in the Gomphaceae family. Its fruit body, which can grow up
to 12cm (4.7in) in diameter and 12cm (4.7in) tall, resembles a
marine coral, and it is identifiable by its white-colored branches
with numerous red to orange branched tips. It has a wide
distribution, and is found in North America, North Africa, central
and eastern Europe, Australia, and Asia, where it fruits on the
ground in wooded areas. It is the type species of the genus
Ramaria. The fruit bodies are generally considered edible, although
they may have laxative effects in susceptible individuals.
Scientific research has shown that the mushroom contains several
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