Grey Coral - Clavulina cinerea
The fruiting body is ash-grey, with narrow cylindrical stalks extensively branching into antler like tufts. The tips are blunt and not forked. It can grow from 2 to 10 cm tall.
Grows on soil in woodland, often along woodland trails.
July to November
Solitary or in small groups
Fairly frequent and widespread in Britain.
Fairly common in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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