I'm posting up a little taste :) - it's late, but I couldn't resist just one. I think this will be a good year for fungi, they are just getting started and not appearing on every available surface yet, but there's most certainly some interesting varieties already showing. Much more to come tomorrow.
Features include a small cup with white flexuous [wavy] hairs on the exterior and the margin, a bright orange-yellow upper surface, a short stem, gregarious growth on bark and wood of conifers, and microscopic characters. This is the most common Lachnellula in the Pacific Northwest (Trudell(4)). It is found in WA (Kanouse), NF, CO, MT, and PA, (Seaver). There are collections from BC at the Pacific Forestry Centre and (as Dasyscyphus) the University of British Columbia.