Golden Spindles - Clavulinopsis fusiformis
Fruiting Body: typically 2 to 10 cm high and about 6 mm wide; cylindrical and unbranched; often flattening; sometimes grooved. Dry; bright or pale yellow, or orange-yellow; fading with age; white at the extreme base; usually with a somewhat pointed tip. Spore print white.
Grassland and woodland clearings.
July to November
Grows in clusters.
Widespread but not particularly common in Britain.
Occasional in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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