Found on larch twigs fruiting body 1-3mm globose at first becoming cup-shaped,inner surface yellow-orange,outer white
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Which one do you agree with
was it previously known as D.stillatus as that's what I have in MJ's book if so I will agree and change the title too.
D.Stillatus is cusion shaped not on stalk and resembling a spatula.
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I am no way certain on species but am sure Dacrymyces is much more likely than Calocera given the conifer substrate.
Edit. Saying that just looked at MJs book and C.pallidospathulata specifies Larch.
I will have a look tomorrow as I am fungi fed up now as been on with this from early morning and still have 4 months of 2011 to go through.
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