A small, pinkish purple, saucer shaped gelatinous fungus on a short stem found growing in broadleaf woodland on dead wood, favouring Beech.
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Broadleaf woodland on dead wood branches or trunks, preferably Beech.
The fruit body is pinkish purple, initially spherical, becoming top-shaped then flattened, finally shallowly cup-shaped with a wavy margin. The upper surface is smooth and the lower surface is finely granular, sessile or rudimentary stem.
Gelatinous and pinkish-purple. No distinctive odour or taste.