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I don’t know the substrate- could have been more thorough with this. Thanks for the helpful suggestions- perhaps next time more specificity can be had. :)
A microscope photo of the spores (with some measure of how long they are) would probably allow for identification. Also, might be worth checking for KOH extractable pigments (just put a small piece in a drop of 10% KOH for a min — it ought to be pretty obvious).
Do you know what the substrate is? I’ve been finding Hypoxylon rubiginosum on alder in the Cascades lately.
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