Apricot Club - Clavulinopsis luteoalba
The finger-like fruiting bodies grow to about 6cm sometimes more, and have a characteristic apricot yellow colour and usually with pale tips. They have neither gills nor pores but develop spores on the outside of the fruiting body where they are dispersed by wind and rain.
In short grass, sometimes on lawns.
Widespread but not particularly common in Britain.
Occasional in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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