|Formerly Peziza succosa. Growing from moss covered soil that included
woody debris. Oak and pine in the area. This collection exhibited an inner
cup with gray/brown to tanish color tones, at times faint purple tints;
smooth. Outer cup is off-white, slightly roughened; staining and ageing a
yellow to rusty red. Very small stem at point of attachment, often with
|Spores are covered with small,
abundant warts. Most with a
single oil droplet.
|Asci (spore producing cells that
line the inner surface of this cup
fungus) stain blue with iodine.