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I thought it was this at first but 1) it is not bright yellow 2) it was growing on the North Downs on grassland on clay-with-flints which can give an acid soil but no heather as far as I am aware. If these points are not important then I agree. The shape is certainly not like C. fragilis.
The description I have is straw yellow which might fit "at a push" but it should be on heathland. C acuta?
Yes, colour white becoming greyish-ochre seems a better fit.
Without examination of the spores I am not going to put up yet another ID, but this looks a lot like Clavaria krieglsteineri to me (based on the one time I have seen it). It may or may not be the same thing as C. tenuipes.
I doubt it is any of C. argillacea, C. acuta or C. fragilis.
Indeed it does look like pictures of C. krieglsteineri.
As I have no spores it cannot be checked.
The location information is accurate so the only hope of a closer identification is to find it again.
my own find of C. krieglsteineri was in a spot I can locate very precisely, and is also within an area where I have been running a student exercise for many years, but it has never reappeared.
It is not near to where I live.
Lat/Lng: 51.2868, 0.6377
OS grid ref: TQ840574