The slime mould starts off as a yellow slime, but the sporangia are grey and hang in clusters from yellowish brown stalks. The sporangia have an iridescence and white granules on the surface.
On dead wood and bark.
Widespread, though not particularly common, in England and Wales with scattered records from Scotland.
Status in Leicestershire and Rutland not known.
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