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All representatives of this genus have small carpophores (3 - 4 cm wide). These are convex to fan-shaped caps, they are sessile (no stems) and grow on wood or plant debris.
Here, observed on a lower side (underside) of an fallen tree, left hanging on others' tree canopies two-three meters above the ground. Mainly oak tree in Geneva Lake Valley.