New Zealand Status: Native
Conservation Status: n/a
Tremellodendropsis flagelliformis grows to about 60mm in height. It is an upright multi-branched claviroid fungi (mushrooms that are usually shaped like coral). The basal region is whitish and the branches whitish to dull pink-fawn. The ends of the branches taper to fine points.
Tremellodendropsis flagelliformis is normally found growing in leaf litter on the forest floor.
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