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thought I'd put a description for this but clearly haven't. The cups were a good 6-7 cm across, under trees, no cedar nearby. 2nd pic shows scale better, those are full size Bristol cream bottles.. in Bristol!
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There looks to be Wood Anemone leaves in the picture so at this time of year in that environment Dumontinia tuberosa is a likely candidate. It is only the size that stops me putting that as the probable id, it is given as max 5cm
The radius of a Bristol Cream Sherry bottle is 42mm. Perhaps the diameter of the fungus is somewhat of an over estimate?
these were all full size 75cl bottles, radius about 8cm or so. They weren't close enough to pic 1 anyway for useful scale in a photograph. The cup in pic one is 60-65mm at its widest
Diameter 84mm as I have one and just measured it.
lots of wood anenome nearby
May be helpful to take a ruler for future observations for those of us who don't drink :)
I have found one very similar and will post it today.
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