Pithya cupressina

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CUP 0.1-0.5 cm wide, at first nearly spherical, becoming disc-shaped or elongated and irregular, flat or slightly concave; bright orange; exterior lighter in color than upper surface, smooth, white mycelial threads attach fruitbody to substrate. STEM if present, short and stout, spores 9-12 x 9-12 um, round, granular within and usually containing one large oil-droplet; asci reaching length of 250 um and width of 15 um; paraphyses branched in lower part, only slightly enlarged in upper part, reaching width of 2-4 um at tip.