Notes: On thoroughly decomposing log on ground of unknown species. Amongst Oak, Birch, Cherry, Hemlock.
I had thought it might be Hypocrea rufa… but the spores do not seem to match.
Fruiting bodies 5 to 10mm long, soft, hardening when dry.
Spores appear tapered- seemingly with hyaline points or appendages at each end. Possibly 1 septate? 8 per ascus. Perithecium orange.
Thanks for any thoughts or suggestions.
~ Luke Cannon
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