The yellow (luteo meaning “pale yellow”) drinking vessel (“scyphus”) from the south (“noto”)?
This is a liverwort of rainforest and is also found in New Zealand and other tropical countries.
The leaves are somewhat greenish yellow and under a microscope, it is possible to see two huge fine-granular oil bodies within the cells, along with many smaller chloroplast cells.
The corners of the cell walls have thickening called trigones, which appear like triangles.
These images were taken on a fieldtrip in 2012. Thanks a lot to David Meagher and Andi Cairns who graciously allowed me to tag along on their fieldtrips and drink of their great bryological wisdom.