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orange-yellow fruiting bodies, up 3 to 6 cm high, about 1 cm wide, cylindrical and unbranched.
Presumably saprobic; growing in dense clusters with fused bases, or occasionally gregariously; in woods under hardwoods or conifers, sometimes in grass; summer and fall.
Though more consistent with the description of Clavulinopsis fusiformis than Clavulinopsis laeticolor, I am still having doubts which species this is. Spotted in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, Vancouver island, Canada. (sources: see reference)
Spotted on Sep 26, 2019
Submitted on Dec 31, 2019
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