These were next to the footpath that runs through a garden situated in woodland.
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Looks a bit thicker than Orange Peel Fungus I've seen but most fungi are quite variable. What was soil type you found these on?
Also dimensions of larger specimens?
There are a few other species that look similar
The more I know the more I realise I don't know
The soil here is generally acidic.
The larger ones were up to 5cm across.
Can you tell me some similar species as the sources I use don't give anything for similar species other than Sarcoscypha austriaca which is also found locally.
OK I'm not an expert but photos looked a bit different to Orange Peel Fungus that I have seen.
Soil here is acidic and others I was thinking Melastiza sp. + seem to be smaller than yours. Using Collins 'Complete Guide to British Mushrooms and Toadstools' Sterry and Hughes 2009 Edition. So probably your ID is correct plus you have 3 id confirmations not always means correct on iSpot. Don't think it is S. austriciaca because later into winter and I know this species quite well.
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