Ramariopsis laeticolor Fruitbodies are unbranched, flattened and often twisted with a rounded apex. They are yellow to orange-yellow, with a solid stalk and are mild to the taste. Widespread and common, it fruits in scattered groups on the ground in woods. This species was originally placed in Clavaria but microscopically the spore mother cells bear only two spores instead of four spores! Not edible.