Notes: squishy. same location as obs 172298. interestingly, both are fairly consistent flattened spheres at 90 degrees to central roots.
Pic #3 is a natural-break horizontal section. There’s a blob of yellow root stuff up there (just “floating”, not even an extension of the actual root). Also, the break resulted in tiny tiny drops of guttation from the peridiole skins. Like this pic, but from individual peridioles.
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Based on the apparent fact that
pine <—> chocolate spores
eucalypt <—> ochre spores
I think it’s the Eucalyptus.
Might not be too helpful now, but it could be useful in the future.
Edit: It says under the other observation, under Pine and Eucalyptus?
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