Species: Peziza vesiculosa Go Back
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Description:
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The fruiting body is 20 to 50 mm wide, without a stalk, round, becoming cup-shaped, often contorted when clustered; the margin is incurved. The inner surface is light-brown to pale yellow-brown, frequently convoluted or wrinkled; the outer surface is scurfy, sometimes indistinctly so when weathered, tan, pale-buff, to nearly white; the flesh is thin, pale yellow-brown, and fragile. Found scattered to clustered on manure (especially horse manure), and composted straw; soil when counting large amounts of organic material.  
Common name: None
Found: My place of work
Substrate: Organic material
Spore: White
Height: 15 - 30 mm
Width: 20 - 50 mm
Season: Autumn to Spring
Edible: No
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Macro images:
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Peziza variaScale bar  
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This one was growing out of a hole in the large rubbish bin at my place I work from the organic material inside the bin. Scale = 6.25 mm.
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Peziza variaScale bar  
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  Scale = 6.25 mm.
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