Name: Chlorosplenium hypochlorum
Author: (Berk. & M.A. Curtis ex W. Phillips) J.R. Dixon
Citation: (Berk. & M.A. Curtis ex W. Phillips) J.R. Dixon, Mycotaxon 1(2): 83 (1974)
Disc: < 2 mm in diam. cupulate to convex-expanded, color orange-yellow (Wax Yellow) when rehydrated, drying to a lighter yellow (Mustard Yellow), the disc and medullary tissues separating easily and often completely when old and dry, leaving only the receptacle.
Range: Cuba, Jamaica, and Mexico.
Season: Winter and Spring
Notes: This species closely resembles C. chlora in the field, differing on drying and in ascus and spore characters.