Notes: This fungus starts off a small roundish patches of radiating carbonaceous hysteriothecia on a coarsely woolly black subiculum. The fruiting bodies grow and extend over a larger area, becoming confluent and creating crustlike patches many centimeters in extent. I saw a rotten old one on an oak log that was more than ten cm in length. I’ve found it two times now and both were on rotted oak.
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