Meadow Coral - Clavulinopsis corniculata
Branching stems arising from a common thickened base; stems usually branch dichotomously, each branch eventually terminating in two (very occasionally three or more) blunt tips; yellow, maturing ochre or tan-brown; base paler and downy. Individual stems are typically 4 to 8 cm tall.
Unimproved grassland, including old lawns where it grows amongst grass and emerges from the soil.
June to November.
Widespread and fairly frequent in Britain.
Fairly frequent in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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