Small stags horn

Small stagshorn

Small stags horn
Small stags horn

The small stagshorn fungus (Calocera cornea) is small (only 1cm high) and found on rotting deciduous broadleaf trees in shady spaces, in this case beech.

Calocera comes from the Greek for beautiful and waxy whilst cornea comes from the Latin for horn.

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