Xylaria polymorpha, commonly known as “dead man's fingers”. As its name suggests, it has a very variable but often club-shaped fruiting body (stroma) resembling burned wood. Often this fungus is found with a multitude of separate "digits" but at times the individual parts will be fused together.
Apart from at a funerary event, have you ever seen a dead body?
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