Turquoise Elfcup - Chlorciboria aeruginosa
Blue-green fungi that have a cup-shaped fruiting body with a tiny, central stem. The fruiting body becomes flattened with age. They ranged in size from 1-3 mm wide. The cups on most of these had lost their blue color.
Habitat: Rotting wood in a mixed forest
Found on the same piece of wood as these:
Chlorciboria aeruginosa is one of just two species recorded in the genus Chlorociboria, the other being Chlorociboria aeruginascens. Both result in green staining of timber.