Notes: 1.5 × 30cm branch Prunus emarginata above Fraser River which has 15 or 16 species of lichen
mostly seems to fit (distinctive) L. elaeochroma well but paraphyses not lax in H2O
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The apex is still intact. Interesting that the axial canal is so much broader when immature. Thanks!
My impression was that the second one is very immature. Don’t know if there is a real difference in the structure of the asci of the 2 images. Perhaps I am wrong. Difficult getting good photos (at least with my scope) as compared to what one sees when moving the plane of focus in and out.
Is that second one what they look like after dehiscing?
Created: 2013-03-09 21:12:04 CET (+0100)
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