Notes: These were id’ed by — Me! The caps are very small and the backsides are “hairy” like other Dasyscyphus. But these are colorless, which puts it into two difference species that have been seen up there before. But these have lanceolate paraphases (hee-hee – if you are into microscopic details of ascis that actually makes sense), so that makes these D. virgineus.
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