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but to be honest the more I look at it the more i think it might be some sort of insect galls , but I beleive it might be a coelomycetes and those are quite a challenge!
I used to save these hoping someone would want to get a hold of the actual specimen to ID the fungus, but I gave up at some point: figured either nobody is interested or nobody knows them well enough (well, I am sure there are people who know them well enough, but they are not part of MO – why bother with amateurs :-(
some genera can be identified without the host but quite for quite a few it is a huge plus to have the host too.
Do you have any good references for leaf spots that relies on micro before host?
Created: 2014-02-16 22:56:13 CST (-0500)
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