What is another word for Family Clavariaceae?

Pronunciation: [fˈamɪli klˈave͡əɹˌɪe͡ɪsˌiː] (IPA)

The Family Clavariaceae is a group of fungi species that share a similar appearance and growth pattern. The term Clavariaceae originates from the Latin word "clavaria" which translates to club-shaped, which describes the fruiting body of the species. Some synonyms for the Family Clavariaceae include the Club Fungi family, the Coral Fungi family, and the Clavarioid Fungi family. The species in this family are easily recognizable due to their unique shape and clustering growth habit. The colors of the fruiting body range from bright orange to white or brown, making them a striking addition to any woodland or forest floor.

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Related words: clavariaceae family, clavarioid fungi, clavariaceous plants, clavariaceous fungi, clavarioid family, clavariaceae description, family clavariaceae member, clavariaceous plants and fungi

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