|synonyms: Cellar Cup, Fali csészegomba, Wachsiger Becherling|
|location: North America, Europe|
|fungus colour: Yellow, Grey to beige|
|normal size: Less than 5cm|
|stem type: Lateral, rudimentary or absent|
|flesh: Flesh granular or brittle|
|spore colour: White, cream or yellowish|
|habitat: Grows on the ground, Grows on plant material/manure|
Peziza cerea Sow. ex Mérat syn. P. tectoria Cooke Wachsiger Becherling Cellar Cup. Cup 1–5cm across, cup-shaped, sessile, inner surface pale yellowish-buff, outer similarly coloured, scurfy, darkening towards the base. Flesh firm, whitish. Smell slight. Asci 350 x 16µ, blued at the tip by iodine. Spores elliptical, smooth, 14–17 x 8–10µ. Habitat on rotting sandbags, damp mortar and the soil between damp paving stones, often found in cellars. Season all year. Common. Not edible. Distribution, America and Europe.
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