ATLAS GLJIVA i internacionalni rečnik narodnih imena gljiva
Mushrooms of Britain & Europe, 1999
878, slika 242
R. Courtecuisse & B. Duhem
Mushrooms & Toadstools of Britain & Europe, 1994
Der grosse Kosmos - Naturführer PILZE 1998
Enciklopedija GLJIVA 2, 2008
Rose Marie Dähncke
1200 Pilze, 2001
Valentín Castańera Herrero, Alberto Pérez Puente, José Luis Alonso Alonso
SETAS Y HONGOS DE CANTABRIA, 2011
Fluted Birds Nest Scientific name:Cyathus striatus (Huds.) Willd. 1787 Synonyms:Species Fungorum 29.11.2014: Cyathella striata (Huds.) Brot. 1804 Cyathus striatus var. striatus (Huds.) Willd. 1787 Nidularia striata (Huds.) With. 1792 Nidularia striata var. pusilla Berk. 1839 Nidularia striata var. striata (Huds.) With. 1792 Peziza striata Huds. 1778 Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected
Fruiting body: 0,5-1,5 x 1-1,2 cm, circle to bag shaped, first egg to clavate and completely enclosed from exoperidium, which is at maturity torned up and completely opened, with whitish membranous epiphragma, which is later also torned and opened, outer surface is strigose shaggy and tomentose, rust to dark brown, inside is gray brown and vertical striate, on ground with 12-16 whitish gray lenticular peridols, which include the spores and are in one fine thread (funiculus) thread-like attached, without stem.
Hymenophore: is inside of the cup.
Spore print: white
Spore: elliptic, basal little spread, 17-18 x 7-8,5 μm
Flesh: soft, tough, without odor and taste.
Habitat: gregarious to clustered on the ground, on plant rests, on rotten leaves, needles, grows from summer to fall.