These were fairly small, up to ~ 5.8 cm high, with whitish top and pale yellowish body.
The spores were ~ 11.0-15.0 X 3.5-4.3 microns and subfusiform.
The form looks like C. truncatus but the colors look odd for that species and the spores are too long and too narrow .
The spore size does fit Clavariadelphus ligula…..not sure if I would call them that based on form and color(?).
11-21-2014; Based on what I’ve seen in the PNW Key Council description, these fit into what is being called Clavariadelphus ligula in this region.


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