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These small (4-5mm) blue-green cup fungi fruit infrequently. They have a cup-shaped fruiting body with a tiny stem, which becomes flattened with age.
Growing on rotting wood in a mostly deciduous forest.
This species contains a quinone pigment called xylindein, which is the reason for the characteristic bluish-green stain that occurs on wood that's infected by this species.
Spotted on Sep 4, 2017
Submitted on Sep 7, 2017
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