Distribution: N. pouchetii is known from scattered locations throughout the PNW, North Africa, and France, although it is likely to occur elsewhere too.
Spores: The spores are ellipsoid, 23--32 x 8--10 µm, warty when mature
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Neournula pouchetii is an uncommonly reported, spring- or summer-fruiting, woodland species. The inner surface of the cup is pinkish brown, the exterior whitish to tan to violet-brown, and the edge is somewhat toothed or split; the stipe is covered with whitish tomentum and usually is buried in the substrate.