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Other common names include Fairy Fingers and White Worm Coral.
They can be found in the summer and autumn on roadside verges, in cropped grassland and in churchyards. Favouring unimproved acid or neutral grassland, White Spindles can also appear on lawns only after years of low-nutrient management.
They are the most common of all the fairy clubs and coral fungi.
This autumn, help Plantlife find Britain’s most colourful and important fungi – waxcaps.
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