Collection location: Wildwood Park, Radford City, Virginia, USA [Click for map]
The larger fungus is a scarlet cup, Sarcoscypha, probably austriaca. What is growing on it? Is this an odd misdevelopment, or is it a parasite on the fungus.
Habitat is rich oak/hickory/buckeye forest, along a creek, abundant fallen trees in area, rich in fungi (we call it the Fungal Gardens). Sarcoscypha comes up in abundance every winter.
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Thanks for the compliments on the picture. To be fair, I forgot to note in the observation that they are not mine, but those of a colleague, Nancy Kent.
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