Arrhenia retiruga (NL: Gerimpeld mosoortje / EN: Arrhenia retiruga / DE: Netziger Adermoosling, Blasser Adermoosling / FR: Arrhenia retiruga)
is a small fungus usually found on moss like this image, but can occaisionally be found on grass and twigs growing from winter to spring.
the cap (5/15mm) is cup shaped, then expanded, buff/white, inner fertile surface is a greyish white, with radiating wrinkles. Microscopic examination is needed for propper determination.
Image: Brecht (BE) – 27/11/2012
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