Crepidotus variabilis(Pers.) P. Kumm. 1871
Common names: Variable Oysterling [En], Crepidote variable [Fr], Wit oorzwammetje [Nl], Gemeine Stummelfüßchen [De]
Meise, BRABANT ● Belgium
Description: Tiny, kidney-shaped fungus whithout stipe (stem). The cap is initially white, turning creamy-ochre with age. The fruitbody is nearly always laterally attached to its substrate - usually small twigs - via its cap, rather than with a stipe.
The gills, which radiate from the point of attachment, are moderately crowded. White at first, they gradually turn yellow-brown or buff.
Biology: Present almost all year long.
Habitat: In woodland, on dead twigs of broad-leaved trees.
Distribution: Europe, North America.