Mostly resupinate with a shelfy overhang. The upper surface looks like it's on a fungus that wasn't designed to have an upper surface. No spores were found yet despite waiting a few days to see if they would develop.
|Overhang from below|
|Form of end section where not reupinate|
c.06mm diameter, spores c.17.5u long, brown with multiple rtansverse septa and some longitudinal. Possibly Cucurbitaria rubefaciens, a Salix specialist in E&E.
|Small scattering of perithecia - no stroma|
|Ascus tip - no I+ signs anywhere (unless spores initially hyaline ... dammit)|