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    • Galiella rufa
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    • hairy rubber cup

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hairy rubber cup Galiella rufa

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johnnybirder

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August 7, 2016 10:36 AM EDT

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hairy rubber cup Galiella rufa

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tararat

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July 17, 2016

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hairy rubber cup Galiella rufa

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annagypsy

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July 19, 2016 08:13 AM EDT

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hairy rubber cup Galiella rufa

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eattaway92

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July 10, 2016 01:26 PM CDT

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hairy rubber cup Galiella rufa

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noah_siegel

Date

August 30, 2009

Description

growing on small oak branches

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hairy rubber cup Galiella rufa

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tonyg

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June 27, 2016

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Id by mycologist Joe McFarland

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hairy rubber cup Galiella rufa

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leptonia

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July 10, 2011

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hairy rubber cup Galiella rufa

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eattaway92

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June 20, 2016 10:48 AM CDT

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hairy rubber cup Galiella rufa

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allenratzlaff

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June 11, 2016 08:22 AM EDT

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hairy rubber cup Galiella rufa

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johnnybirder

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June 9, 2016 05:56 PM EDT

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hairy rubber cup Galiella rufa

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milopyne

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June 6, 2016 10:45 AM EDT

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hairy rubber cup Galiella rufa

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eric_hunt

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May 30, 2016 10:53 AM CDT
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Description from Wikipedia

Galiella rufa, commonly known as the rubber cup, the rufous rubber cup, or the hairy rubber cup, is a species of fungus in the family Sarcosomataceae. The fungus produces cup-shaped fruit bodies that typically grow in clusters on branches and exposed portions of buried wood throughout eastern and Midwest North America and in Malaysia. The fruit bodies have the texture of tough, gelatinous rubber, and have a rough, blackish-brown, felt-like outer surface and a smooth reddish-brown...

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