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Author 'Ecmyco' : Hello, Here is a small red Cup-shaped fungus easily from sheets and comes most often on bare earth. Its margin is heavy snowfall comes of hard Brown hairs. Other neighbouring species have a cup orange or yellow. Spores have very varied forms, which helps the exact determination, which I have not made, however.

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> La cri [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 19, 2012
In any case, thank you! Tone cliche is remarkable...: 18:: 3:
Identification > Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 20, 2012
I think that it is the pezize shield. A juvenile State, fine eyelashes that we observe on the photo and which adorn the periphery, are replies inwards. They etalent small-a-petit until maturity. This fungus is often hijack, except a deviate low vegetation (grasses, Brambles) under which he loves shelter. It is class among the non-edible species. Beautiful photography: 1:
 > Author Ecmyco [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
May 20, 2012
Hello and bravo the Fada, it actually is a species of the Scutellinia genus, to which belongs the Pezize shield , Scutellinia scutellata. But it is perhaps a case nearby in the same genus. Cannot say more without microscopic examination.
> Manu [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 19, 2012
This is not ordinary duo of fungi: 13: color and hair are all around superb: 3:: 3: congratulations and thank you for this discovery: 18:
 > Author Ecmyco [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
May 20, 2012
Hello Manu, thank you for your compliments. I was see your site and I see that you love flowers, and impressions of all that is precedent of a scene.
> Author Ecmyco [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 19, 2012
Hello Kaenafelix, Eh well precisely, because there are small brown hairs, it is not the coccinees Pezizes...; (O) does not yet give the language in the chat.
Note that the fungus is very small: 5 mm to 1 cm. It is therefore quite discreet.
Also say that the left copy has been gene in growth, and that it became not round as a plate, as it should have been... in latin... base plate...
> Kaenafelix [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply May 19, 2012
: 3: Ecmyco for these tiny pezizes ecarlates or coccinea. I had never seen with black hair...: 13:
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