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Clavariadelphus pallido-incarnatus – Tip flat to roundish, pinkish, KOH negative, lacking basidia. Widest part of fruiting body the tip, total length 3-6 inches, lacking folds and deep wrinkles.
Clavariadelphus occidentalis – Tip pointed to roundish, cream, beige or yellowish color, KOH red, basidia covering tip. Widest part of fruiting body in the mid-section, total length 3-9 inches, becoming longitudinally compressed with folds and deep wrinkles.
Can you say how this differs from C. occidentalis?