Notes: This is the largest clump of Stag’s Horn fungus that I have seen, and for a moment I thought it might be a Ramaria of sorts. However, on closer inspection the branched nature and the lack of a single base, confirmed this for me. On touching the branches, my fingers were powdered white.
The specimen was found on a piece of wood debris on the side of a path. Plenty of nettles nearby.
The specimen had grown to about 5-6 cm high.
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