Found on dead nettle stems.
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Crocicreas cyathoideum var. cyathoideum = (EDIT)Cylindrocolla urticae but this species is a stalked white cup fungi.
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Thank you DMH for your info. I have some very old mycology books a friend gave me, and stumbled across the description and name there. I have also seen the name Callorina fusarioides,does that make sense?
This is Calloria neglecta and NOT C.urticae.
I think I found the page where you got the original id from but the orange fungi was not actually identified in the text.
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The book was Courtecuisse, R., 1999.
A Collins Guide to the Mushrooms of Britain & Europe. Harper Collins Publishers. London.
I was just reading following the book following my recent finds and on page 262 it happened to describe Cylindrocolla urticae and I thought "that's what I found today"!
Just visited the site you mentioned above...excellent.
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