Notes: Arising from a single multi-branched 1.5 inch wide base, but could be pointed below what I found; quickly swelling into multi-thick stalks of dull yellowish-buff or flesh-colored; tips tiny, with tiny claws on end, mostly dark brown or purplish-brown except for last few mm of tips, which are white and slightly curved like claws. Rather distinctive in form, but not distinctively keying out. Found on well-rotted wood, probably Western hemlock.
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