Notes: Previously loaded similar specimen. I was not sure if the original fungi was a stunted growth, but now have found others with similar habit. see :Gloeocantharellus Singer (161720) This specimen had cap size of 25mm and stipe 30mm. All specimens were located in open forest floor area covered with decaying leaf litter. All specimens were single appearances.
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Specimen dry. Micrographs taken at 40x (2) and 100 x (1) of midsection of gill formation, and last micrograph of section from top of cap at 100×.
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