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It would seem that I. fuvotingens grows in “leaves” while bulgaria is more bulby, which was the case for the specimen I found. At maturity they are both quite similar though.
but have a look at Ionomidotis fulvotingens too.
Not really, at least I did not notice anything specific in this regard.
then it is common. Does it stain fingers when touching?
I admit I hadn’t recognized it on these photos. But growth on beech – now I am convinced it is.
Bon says very common
On freshly cut logs. Could be fagus but not sure. I have just posted a related observation which I believe are the yound specimens. They were numerous.
More info please! Seems to be a rare cup fungus.
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