Collection location: Paimogo, Lourinhã, Portugal [Click for map]
The fungus lives on bark of barnacles (2nd photo), limpets and other shells, in this case on a mussel (1st photo). 1st photo: The empty pits from which the perithecia have already fallen are clearly visible, with only a few perithecia remaining (perhaps half a dozen, seen as dark spots magnifying the photograph).
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