Anamorph: not known. Teleomorph: ascomata apothecia, 100-250 µm diam. and 100-150 µm high, solitary or in small groups, not confluent, superficial, sessile on a narrow base, soft and fleshy. Fruit-body at first subglobular and pale pinkish, then flattened to pulvinate and pale purplish pink or yellowish, the surface finely roughened by subglobular cells, margin not differentiated. Disk convex, at first pink, then pale purplish pink, roughened by the pale violet protruding tips of ripe asci. Interascal tissue of paraphyses, rather frequently branched, septate, irregularly filiform, 2-3 µm diam., not or only slightly enlarged at the tip; covered near the apices with pale pinkish, amorphous pigment staining brownish red in iodine. Asci 95-120 x 22-27 µm, cylindric-clavate, short-stalked, the apex truncate, blueing in iodine, 8-spored. Spore-clusters elongated, very loose. Ascospores not cemented together by their pigment, at first free, then clinging together, finally often more or less free, 16.5-18.5 x 6.5-8.5 µm, ellipsoidal to fusiform-ellipsoidal, sometimes slightly asymmetrical, at first hyaline, then pale violet, finally pale purplish brown; ornamented with very irregular coarse warts and thick lumps of pigment, leaving large parts of the wall uncovered; with a common gelatinous sheath that breaks down at maturity.