Oak Pin - Cudoniella acicularis
The cup is small, being only 1 to 4 mm across, convex and with inrolled margin attached to substrate by a long slender stalk up to 10mm long, white ageing brownish.
Found on rotting wood especially oak.
Autumn to early winter.
Widespread in England and Wales, though not particularly common.
Status in Leicestershire and Rutland not known.
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