Found by Myxomop.
Growing on twigs, 3-5 mm thick. Fruitbodies up to 4 mm across.
Microscopy. There were several kinds of cells, quite confusing for a guy inexperienced in jellies. Many, including hyphae, had a pronounced granular context in IKI. I was unable to identify any spores in 3 mounts. Hypobasidia 16 × 15, with four epibasidia 3-4 microns wide. Hyphae 1-2 microns wide.
T. globispora is just a guess, the best match with what’s on Matchmaker/Key Councel key.
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Created: 2013-12-24 00:43:05 MST (-0700)
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