Tremella fuciformis Berk., 1856 (Synonym: Tremella fuciformis f. corniculata Kobayasi, 1939; Tremella fuciformis f. fuciformis Berk., 1856);
White brain jelly fungus, snow fungus, silver ear fungus;
 

Could someone identify this mushroom please?


I am providing the ID for the Fungus

Tremella fuciformis Family: Tremellaceae
Common name: White brain jelly fungus

ID please of mushroom
Date/Time : July 17, 2010 at 12.16pm IST
Location Place
: Phansad Wildlife Sanctuary, Alibag, Maharashtra
Altitude : about 170 m (above mean sea level)
GPS
:  roughly 18°20’16.22″N, 73° 1’22.45″E
Habitat : wild, on living wood
Type : moist deciduous forest
Habit : mushroom
Height : not more than 12 mm

… found growing on undersides of branches


The mushroom in the photos is another genus of “Jelly Mushroom: from the order Tremellales and family Tremellaceae Scientifically known as Tremella fuciformis Berk. (Synonym: Nakaiomyces nipponicus Kobayasi).This mushroom is known to have high medicinal values.

the world of fungi is fascinating. a few months ago i watched a film on TV about slime mold, amazing. If you ever can see one do not miss it. under youtube there are some clips. here is one
A great suggestion …, Hopefully you can get a glimpse of slime moulds with your watchful pair of eyes !! I am quite sure about it.

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Location :  Thula Khet, Pokhara, Nepal 
Date: 10 August 2017
Elevation : 800 m.

Habitat : Wild 


I think looks different from Clavulina
Pl. check comparative images at Phylum Ascomycota


Any idea about the family of this one ? 


I have no idea …!

Possibly something in Tremellaceae
Respected … we now have one more expert in our group Suhaib Firdous Yatoo who have accepted my invitation to join our group… 
So please also forward to him post related to mushrooms in future, i hope we together will be able to identify mushrooms on our site with much accuracy provided most of the details including pileus, stipe, volva, gills and ecology must be visible in images… 


Tremella fuciformis ??

Yes, may be as per Tremella fuciformis Berk.

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