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I just blew it up and there are 2 different things on it. I was going to bring it and a Panellus stipticus home with my to study after the foray but the collectors took them. I have not seen them since but will ask if they got to work on them. Hopefully I will get a chance to start putting up my microscope photos of things soon. I almost my new scope working the way I want it to.
The pinkish-orange is most probably a Corticiaceae which reminds me of Erythricium. And the black mat below with mammaeform fruitbodies is a Pyrenomycete. Maybe Rosellinia, Lasiosphaeria or something close to that. Maybe Hypoxylon in broad sense. Any scoping would be welcome.
Created: 2013-02-19 09:39:50 CET (+0100)
Last modified: 2013-02-19 21:42:21 CET (+0100)
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