Clavaria fusiformis= Clavulinopsis fusiformis is a bright yellow small slender simple club fungus that typically grows in dense tufts.
It has been commonly sighted in forests in New South Wales. The fruiting body is bright yellow, or sometimes egg yellow, unbranched, clavate, typically laterrally compressed and grooved. The tips are acute and there is no obvious distinction betwwen the fruiting body adn the stem. No odour, and a slightly bitter taste.
- Clavaria fusiformis, Blue Gum Loop Walk, Williams River, Barrington Tops National Park, New South Wales, Australia, Apri