Fruiting Bodies coralloid, 70-110 mm x 50-70 mm broad, with numerous erect branches arising polychotomously to dichotomously from a single Stem or from several fasciculate Stems. Main branches 1.5-2 mm thick, narrow and delicate; secondary branches 0.5-1 mm thick, strict, apices needlelike, cream to light yellowish brown when young, becoming grayish orange, light brown, brownish yellow or brownish orange in age, tips concolorous. Stem 2-5 mm thick, white to yellowish brown, with copious white basal mycelium and rhizomorphs. Not discoloring blue-green but drying with olive tones. Flesh grayish orange to pale brownish orange; odor mild. Spore Deposit rusty brown. Edibility: unknown.