Delicate cup fungus up to 1.5 cm diameter at this stage of development, growing in mossy grassland between a path and a wet ditch.
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No interactions present.
I looked at G. carbonaria and thought it unlikely since it was not found on burnt ground, and it seems to occur in summer to autumn. These were photographed today.
I chose that over other stalked cup shaped species because of the size. There are a couple of Tarzetta but according to my literature they are much smaller.
Yes, I've looked at the Tarzetta too, and sent a copy of the photos to one of our leading local experts. He said if he had time he might visit the site and see if he could get a specimen to examine microscopically. I'll keep you updated if he comes up with anything.
Lat/Lng: 54.4, -6.7
OS grid ref: NV9817