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Yellow Cup
Anthony Carter, 08-11-2023 16:51
Found on mossy soil in woodland of Corylus, Crataegus and Betula. Size 5mm across and 5mm deep with a small stem. The yellow has been enhanced by my scanner but it was was easy to see in a dark wood on a dull day. My original thought was Tarzetta but the spores, with oil drops, are only 10-12 x 5-6um.
I should appreciate any guidance for further research.
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Nicolas VAN VOOREN, 08-11-2023 17:05
Re : Yellow Cup
Tarzetta species has asci without croziers, so your collection cannot be assigned to this genus. Maybe an Arpinia species...
Till Lohmeyer, 08-11-2023 18:01
Re : Yellow Cup
The ascocarp is a bit small - perhaps not fully grown yet -, but colour, spore-size, oildrops and the wrinkled outside remind me of yellow Otidea species ("clade concinna"), former genus Flavoscypha. 

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Nicolas VAN VOOREN, 08-11-2023 18:07
Re : Yellow Cup
Yes, you're right Till. Clearly an Otidea species!
Something close or identical to O. phlebophora. See

Anthony Carter, 20-11-2023 17:38
Re : Yellow Cup
Thank you both for your input. I can research further. I would never have thought of this Genus.