Ramaria gracilis is often found in eucalypt and pine litter, often deeply buried. It is mycorrhizal.
- Fruit bodies with dull yellowish-tan, narrow, upright branches to 70 mm tall.
- Branch tips with about 2-5 sharp pointed or blunt protrusions.
- White rhizomorphic mycelium adhering to woody material.
- Spore print yellow-brown.