Collection location: DePew Park, Peekskill, New York, USA [Click for map]
There is no stem, the cushion rests upon a mycelial mat. The cups, measuring 1 mm when young open as they mature, becoming lobed and torn, revealing the inside surface. The outside is somewhat fibrous with orange floccules. Photo by Dianna Smith
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Under the microscope the derma and floccules are composed of parallel hyphae with interweaving in lower layers. Trouble is I don’t see any hymenial surface basidial or otherwise; no basidia, asci or perithecia. Everything but the dermis seems gelatinized.
Substrate is an acorn cap.