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Clavaria vermicularis    White Worm Coral

Fruitbodies are up to 6 cm tall, chalk-white, brittle, cylindrical, unbranched and slender, with a short translucent stalk, and are erect or sometimes bent and worm-like. Widespread and common, this species fruits scattered or in clusters on bare ground or often in grassy spots in open woods. Edible but flimsy.