Peck CH. 1905. Report of the State Botanist 1904. Bulletin of the New York State Museum 94: 21.
Clavaria xanthosperma n. sp.
Stem very short, firm, solid, divided into numerous branches, white, sometimes becoming red where wounded, ultimate branches short, blunt or obtusely dentate at the apex, the axils rounded, the whole plant white, becoming yellowish or cream-colored with age; spores pale yellow, oblong, .0005-. 0006 of an inch long, .00016-.0002 broad, slightly and obliquely pointed at one end.
Woods. Smithtown, Suffolk co. August.