According to Geoffrey Young of Queensland Mycological society, of probably 100 Australian Ramaria species, only nineteen have published scientific descriptions.
Currently, FungiOz app includes 17 Australian Ramarias, most of which are unidentified.
Apparently many herbarium samples do not include adequate descriptions of macro features that can aid identification. Adding photos and descriptions of identifying characteristics to face-book posts of Ramaria fungi would therefore be more helpful than a single photo of the whole fungi.
Important observable features include colour details, the shapes of the apices and branch axils, the texture of branches and whether or not there are rizomorphs or aborted branches that have not developed. A reasonably detailed recording sheet for describing macro features of Ramaria species can be found here.
Below are examples of just some of the characteristics that can differ in Ramaria Clavaria, Aphalaria and other types of Coralloid fungi