|Clavulina rugosa||Clavariaceae||Wrinkled Club|
Clavulina rugosa, Wrinkled Club. The white, sparsely branched fruit bodies of this fungus are found in short grass, leaf litter or mosses, usually in or near woodland. Each one is from 2-8cm high, not really wrinkled but with several grooves running vertically up each stem. They can be branched, but the shortest ones are often not. This is quite common in suitable habitats in the island, and can be eaten if you can be bothered to collect enough!
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