Growing in loose clusters in crevices in bark on fallen hardwood log.

Translucent yellow with brownish tips.
Larger specimens standing 1.0-to-1.5 inches tall, although probably 2-to-2.5 inches long since they are twisted; branched. Smallest specimens approximately 0,5 inches tall; no branching.
Delicate in appearance, but quite tough.
Bodies extending into the rotting wood.
White mycelium ‘tufts’ at the intersection with the log.

Thanks to Milo Kucar/Drew Henderson for guidance on ID


Showing ‘depth’ of fruit bodies under the surface of the bark, covered with fragments of rotted wood.
Majority of fruit bodies (in background), ca. 0.5 inches tall and unbranched.

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Created: 2017-06-03 22:21:58 CEST (+0200)
Last modified: 2017-06-03 22:22:02 CEST (+0200)
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