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Nectriaceae. It looks a bit like slime mold, but it lacks plasmodium and it has longer "stems." Also, the tips are not little spheres like most slime molds, but more club shaped.
On an acorn under an oak tree on the Chassahowitzka Salt Marsh Trails. As the name suggests, this area is a salt marsh as well as some transitionary woods before you get to the marsh. This was found on a drier trail with oaks and other plants a little less resistant to water inundation. Most of the trails had wet spots that seemed to persist in the long-term because they were harboring plants that thrive in wet conditions.
Spotted on Dec 30, 2018
Submitted on Apr 9, 2019