Notes: Growing on the ground in Mixed conifer woods @ ~ 3700 ft.
Spore print was a pale yellow.
Spores ~ 7.9-9.4 X 3.0-4.2 microns and ornamented with some low warts.
With the purplish apices and smallish spores they seem similar to the spring Ramaria coulterae, but that is about as close as I could find for a match.
Ramaria Fr. ex Bonord. on MyCoPortal
Ramaria on MycoBank
Alternative Name: Phaeoclavulina Brinkmann
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