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but unlikely to be an Aleuria, which usually shows bright colors. Once I dip into my AK specimen box, tho, I can check for reticulate spores. Prob. won’t happen until I get back from the East Coast in October, tho!
to me. Maybe something like Aleuria rhenana.
it was one of the outer fruit bodies, at any rate.
the bottom cup in the first photo the uprooted one in the second?
That the second one forms a laterally flattened cup, compressed against it’s neighbors and pointing up – it becomes pretty clear that the photos are truly related.
The first looks more like some kind of Pezizaceae ?
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