EN: Bracken club
DE: Typhula quisquiliaris
FR: Typhula quisquiliaris
Image: Zoersel (BE) - 30/09/2014
Typhula quisquiliaris is a species of club fungus in the family Typhulaceae. It produces small, white fruit bodies up to 9 millimetres (0.4 in) in height, each with a single distinct "head" and "stem". The head is fertile, while the stem attaches to a sclerotium embedded in the substrate. The fruit bodies grow from dead wood, and strongly favours bracken (as in this image), where the species feeds saprotrophically. (source: Wikipedia)
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