Orbilia luteorubella


    The fruit bodies are a translucent pinkish orange or pinkish red colour and have round margins. Up to 1.5 mm diameter.     

    Identification difficulty

    They grow individually or with a few fruit bodies clustered on decaying wood from deciduous trees, such as Alder, Hazel, Ash and Willow.

    When to see it

    Usually to be found from autumn to spring.

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