Macrotyphula juncea 

Typhula sp.03930

Macrotyphula juncea (Alb. & Schwein.) Berthier 1974

This genus of clavarioid-looking gregarious pale buff club fungi with a pointed tip is super slender, erect, glabrous (smooth) and barely noticeable growing on forest debris consisting of dead conifer and broad-leaved tree limbs as well as on fallen leaves. It can be found in late autumn - usually after a good soaking rain in late autumn, although it is easily overlooked. The upper portion of the fruiting body is its fertile surface. The infertile base is slightly swollen and ‘hairy’ at its attachment point. It has a white spore print. It is in the Typhulaceae family of the Agaricales.