Poisonous Mushroom calotsera adhesive (lat. Calocera viscosa) with a very strange shape often resembles a mushroom coral and some algae, which somehow grow in the forest, not on the sea floor. Do not worry, it happens sometimes.
the fruiting body of the fungus inedible form calotsera adhesive looks like a sprig of a tree or a coral-colored egg yolk. The length of the “branches” reaches a height of about 5-7 cm and 1-1.5 cm in diameter. Quite often, mushroom pickers can not see the fruit body is one, but several, which coalesce and begin to grow as a small shrub. The fungus can often be confused with the fungus rogatikom, they are quite similar.
The fungus inedible calotsera adhesive for approval to some sources, should apply to the list of edible mushrooms, do not listen to anything like that, because Mushroom – poison!