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Synonyms: Acetabula albida, Aleuria albida, Aleuria catinus, Aleuria ochracea, Galactinia perforata, Galactinia pustulata, Geopyxis albida, Geopyxis catinus, Geopyxis ochracea, Geopyxis perforata, Octospora pustulata, Peziza catinus, Peziza ochracea, Peziza perforata, Peziza pustulata, Peziza sphacelata, Pustularia catinus, Pustularia ochracea, Pustularia pustulata, Pustulina catinus, Scodellina pustulata.
Common name: greater toothed cup.
Russian name: Tarzetta chashevidnaya.
Extract from Wikipedia article: Tarzetta catinus is a species of apothecial fungus belonging to the family Pyronemataceae. This is a largely European species with a few records from Mexico and the United States. It appears from spring to autumn as cream-coloured cups up to 5 cm across, usually in small groups among broad-leaved trees, especially beech. The rather similar Tarzetta cupularis is usually a smaller, deeper, flask-shaped cup, but the two species can only be reliably distinguished microscopically: by the shape of the spores (those of T. catinus being broader) and the paraphyses (those of T. catinus having distinctive lobed tips).
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