To comply with the general wishes and rules of specimens loaded, I have as requested, moved these files from 66301 to a new file.. Although they were the same species they were not captured till a later date.
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I was concerned originally about uploading duplicate files and taking up extra space on the website. I realise now that this is not a problem, and the site is set up to look for multiple entries of species. I had previously wondered about reloading all duplicate species to one file heading, but that is now not necessary. Thanks again for your patience and assistance. I promise I will be looking for more help in the future with the Scope when it arrives. You may have created a monster. (lol)
Good that you’ve reminded us of the relationship between this and another ob. in the notes. They could very well be the same. Your new microscope would likely give us a yes or no answer in a jiffy. I’ve been hoping for a look at the probably highly diagnostic spores on these thelephoroid/aphelarioid/stipitate stereoid things of yours for some time now.
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