Lemon Disco

Bisporella citrina (Batsch 1789)

A very small fungus easily found when growing in profusion, fallen branches can be smothered in thousands of these tiny little cup fungi. A beautiful sight to brighten a cloudy Winters day.

Lemon Disco

Identification

A very small fungus easily found when growing in profusion, fallen branches can be smothered in thousands of these tiny little cup fungi. A beautiful sight to brighten a cloudy Winters day.

FAMILY

Helotiaceae

LATIN NAME

Bisporella citrina

Bright (citron) yellow cup fungus. 0.5mm to 3mm, smooth and saucer shaped tapering to a small base.

Becoming more orange-yellow with age or dehydration.

Very small attachment below the cup.

Often found in very large numbers covering a fallen dead branch.

Britain, Ireland, Mainland Europe & North America

Broadleaf Woodland

Autumn through Winter.

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