Neobulgaria pura (Fr.) Petrak Beech Jellydisc. Fruit body 0.5–2cm across, gregarious, subglobose at first with the margin inrolled showing the smooth exterior, becoming flattened on top or concave, flesh-coloured often with a violaceous tint, gelatinous. Asci 70 x 9µ. Spores elliptical, 6–9 x 3–4µ. Habitat on logs and fallen branches especially beech. Season early summer to early winter. Occasional. Not edible. Also found In Europe.