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While hiking at my Dad's place in NW Pennsylvania, we found a few interesting things poking up through the decaying matter on the ground. Does anyone recognize this specimen?

 
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Some type of Ramaria, perhaps Ramaria stricta?

We get them here in the South, usually deep in the undisturbed woods.
 
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Thanks for the link, John. I felt fortunate to have seen them. Very interesting fungi and now they have a name.
 
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