Found on ‘cone’ fruit of Red Alder growing in a mixed deciduous woods at about 100m elevation. Incredibly tiny and quite beautiful. Please look at the full size images for the detail.
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Lachnum virgineum or Dasyscyphella nivea when I look at the substratum … but it can be Hyaloscypha or even Hyalopeziza too. You should collect it and send it to an expert or make micro pics of them.
Why suggest Lachnum, instead of Hyaloscypha?
Created: 2009-04-09 22:16:38 PDT (-0700)
Last modified: 2010-10-20 23:59:04 PDT (-0700)
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