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Palomino Cup (Peziza repanda)

Palomino cup (Peziza repanda) is a cup fungus frequently encountered on rotting wood. It is larger than most other Peziza species and tends to flatten out with age. This widespread species is also known as recurved cup.

Palomino cup (Peziza repanda).  Shields Oak Grove, UC Davis Arboretum, Davis, Yolo County, California, USA.  Stock Photo ID=FUN0033
Palomino cup (Peziza repanda), young specimens growing on wood chips. Shields Oak Grove, UC Davis Arboretum, Davis, Yolo County, California, USA.
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Palomino cup (Peziza repanda).  Shields Oak Grove, UC Davis Arboretum, Davis, Yolo County, California, USA.  Stock Photo ID=FUN0032
Palomino cup (Peziza repanda), young specimens growing on wood chips. Shields Oak Grove, UC Davis Arboretum, Davis, Yolo County, California, USA.
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Palomino cup (Peziza repanda).  Shields Oak Grove, UC Davis Arboretum, Davis, Yolo County, California, USA.  Stock Photo ID=FUN0031
Palomino cup (Peziza repanda), young specimens growing on wood chips. Shields Oak Grove, UC Davis Arboretum, Davis, Yolo County, California, USA.
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