Collection location: Schloßpark Schönbrunn, Vienna, Austria [Click for map]
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If I have to stay absent from the woods for one week I nearly go crazy ;)
Nevertheless, right now I have to if I want or not. Tomorrow I’ll be on a short foray with a friend, the first time since 1st of September. Almost every day of the week is spent with visits at doctors or similar stuff. But it has to get better.
I was just hoping there was a chance given you checkmarked microscopic features. :)
And get better soon, don’t let the fungi hinder your recovery too much! :)
but I do not have any notes. This was a foray to the park of the castle of Schönbrunn in our capital Vienna and we determined most of the species at the university with my colleagues. As it is a common species no notes were taken. I kept the specimens because I seldom collect Coprini. Sorry.
I really should take pictures of microscopical details but it is annoying without having the equipment just with a digital camera alone. Besides this year I have other priorities. I suffered an aneurysma and have to get well fully again.
Determination was with good old Moser book. I am not into Coprinaceae I have said this many times here. And I stopped dealing with them closer years ago. But occasionally I take some when there is not much else to be found.
share your microscopic notes please? :)
Created: 2013-09-11 09:04:30 CDT (-0500)
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