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The stalked to almost sessile, discoid cups are up to 1 cm wide and up to 1 cm high on stalks with diameters of about 1 mm.Inner surface - ashy-grey to yellowish-brown; concave to nearly flat. Sterile outer surface: Same as fertile surface in color and in other aspects.
Wood substrate - Saprobic; gregariouson rotten wood; summer through autumn into winter.
Tatraea macrospora (Peck) Baral . Micro ID was done by by Dr G Gates Derivation of name: Macro means "large" or "long" and spora refers to a "seed (spore)." The ascospores of this species are quite long. Could possibly be a first find/documented for Tasmania = ) Good one for my 600th spotting too . = )