Fruiting Body: 6–20 mm across; 4–20 mm high; shaped more or less like a goblet, with a cup-shaped portion sitting atop a narrow stem.
Upper/Inner Surface: Brownish orange; bald.
Margin: Clearly defined; creamy; finely and irregularly toothed
Under/Outer Surface: Brownish orange; bald.
Stem: 2–4 mm high; 1–3 mm wide; flaring at apex; colored like the outer surface; bald.
Odor: Not distinctive.
Microscopic Features: Spores 18–22 x 9–11 µm; subfusiform; smooth; hyaline in KOH. Asci 175–200 x 8–10 µm; cylindric; hyaline in KOH; tips not bluing in Melzer’s; 8-spored. Paraphyses 180–210 x 2–3.5 µm; filiform; apices rounded or subacute; smooth; hyaline, or with scattered golden granules, in KOH. Excipular surface of irregularly subglobose elements 10–20 µm across; walls yellowish to hyaline in KOH.