Multiclavula is a genus of basidiolichens in the family Hydnaceae. The widespread genus contains 14 species.[1][2]

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Multiclavula mucida
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Fungi
Division: Basidiomycota
Class: Agaricomycetes
Order: Cantharellales
Family: Hydnaceae
Genus: Multiclavula
R.H.Petersen (1967)
Type species
Multiclavula corynoides
(Peck) R.H.Petersen (1967)

13, see text


Several species once classified in Multiclavula have since been transferred to other genera. These include:


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