There isn't an overwhelming amount of biodiversity in the manicured woodchips in front of my apartment, but what does grow there grows consistently.
I have found these brown cup fungi all over the place recently, growing on the edge of where the lawn meets the wood chips. I haven't brought it upstairs yet, but after doing some research I definitely will be, because it is an ascomycete, which means it keeps its spores locked up in tube like asci and then extrudes them when they are mature.
Either way this genus is one you are likely to encounter in normal life, in places like the suburbs where human changes have wrought major shifts in local ecosystems. Look on rotting wood or, as here wood chips. Additionally you will sometimes find Peziza growing on housing matetials, literally eating your house. If you see that you may have sone serious moisture issues and should get it checked out by a professional.
I may do a full species post on this in the future if I can get enough samples.