Notes: An odd looking mix of coral and, or club fungi found in a moist rain drainage area, which may account for the unusual form which reminds me of chicken feet, etc. Woods were conifer dominant with other oak-hickory mix near. The jointed nature of the fingers look similar to a club-like Xylaria species, while the base, the fine tips, and the general nature have similarities to types of coral, Clavaria species. These may also have been effected by a fungal parasite, which may have altered their form. Pictures are poor, however I thought it worth posting due to their unusual nature.
Tremellodendron G.F. Atk. on MyCoPortal
Tremellodendron on MycoBank
Preferred Name: Sebacina Tul. & C. Tul.
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