Inocybe species growing in grass directly under a Pin Oak (Quercus palustris). I did not get a spore print, so a measurment of mature spores was not done. However spores in a gill crush mount are very nodulouse and the largest ones approximately 8-10 microns long. Metuloid pleurocystidia were abundant and many heavily encrusted. Cystidia turn slightly yellow in 5% KOH.
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You can get yourself the reactive easily?
Thank you Claude! I will try this.
And also this link…
The pleurocystides of Inocybes is perfectly colored; very beautiful results.
See this PDF Document link :
Can you provide a reference or details?
It is the technique which I ignore totally. Less spectacular, but so attractive, is the use of the reactive of Baillenger for the pleurocystides of Inocybes !
The image of cystidia was taken using differential interference contrast (DIC) illumination and careful technique. I am very fortunate to own this equipment. I’m glad you like it!
Really amazing. How do we manage to make beautiful images of this kind ?
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