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It is a very common species on dead hardwood, with long hairs.
There are Cheilymenia species on soil too but I do not think on wood. It looks like a Scutellinia but there are other genera to consider too, e.g. if it would be on burnt ground you could also look for Anthracobia. But there are so many cup fungi I would have to take a look into the literature.
no… Cheilymenia habitat is always dung, right? I am going to delete it. My doubt is the hairs… different from my other Scutellinia obs, and they seem greenish.
These were growing on a dead tree root.
it growing on dung?
Created: 2013-02-24 00:36:56 CET (+0100)
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