Stictis stellata


    The fruit bodies consist of deeply sunken yellow discs surrounded on the surface of the host by white, granular lobed margins.  Up to 0.6 mm diameter.

    Identification difficulty

    They grow gregariously, though sometimes well separated. Hosts include woody stems of herbaceous plants, including those of Great Willowherb, Wild Angelica, Japanese Knotweed, Common Nettle and Hemp-agrimony.

    When to see it

    They fruit from autumn to spring.

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