Specimen was collected by Jeff Stone, who gave it to me knowing my interest in odd xylariaceous fungi.
The yellow colour is a bit exaggerated by the dissecting microscope light-source and my camera. It was actually pretty subtle. Slides of spores are made with Melzer’s Reagent. Asci have a flat apical ring that is clearly non-amyloid. One photo clearly showing the two-celled ascospores.
I couldn’t figure this one out, thinking it was Xylariaceae. I sent it to Jack Rogers, and he identified it.
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