Mitrula VitellinaMitrula vitellina, var. irregularis
Spore Body - Bright egg yellow. Club-shaped, somewhat lobed, cylindrical or compressed; apex narrow, obtuse, smooth. No two plants are quite alike. Length, 1-2 inches.
Stem - Short, white, rather distinct, covered with fibres. Spongy and white within.
Habitat - In mossy places in woods during the autumn. The specimen pictured was found growing among fallen birch leaves, hemlock needles, and moss, in the dense woods at Lake Placid.