Helicogloea compressa

Helicogloea compressa

Helicogloea compressa is an anamorph fungus which grows on dead hardwood. This species makes asexual spores called conidia in a cushion-like structure called a sporodochium. The spores are borne at the tips of slightly compressed branches and this feature is reflected in the species name.
Helicogloea compressa I really want to know what the little, brown fungi are! The white blobs are the Helicogloea compressa .

Habitat: Rotting wood; mixed forest Geotagged,Helicogloea compressa,Leucogloea compressa,Summer,United States

Naming

Synonyms:
Dendrodochium compressum Ellis & Everh., 1897
Pleurocolla compressa (Ellis & Everh.) Diehl, 1933
Leucogloea compressa

References:

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https://www.gbif.org/species/2557908
http://mushroomobserver.org/name/show_name/6673
http://www.mycobank.org/name/Leucogloea%20compressa&Lang=Eng
http://www.catalogueoflife.org/col/details/species/id/7a6e24eb1b00cec79fb25193627d8bd8
Taxonomy
KingdomFungi
DivisionBasidiomycota
ClassAtractiellomycetes
OrderAtractiellales
FamilyPhleogenaceae
GenusHelicogloea
SpeciesH. compressa