Habitat- Wooded area, growing on rotting log
Spores- 15.77-16.6×7.47-8.30 microns
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setae shown in my example photo?
Yep, these are the correct spore measurements. I also checked the cap the hyphae is not thick-wall it sort of looks like a hair-ball under the microscope. I uploaded the photos.
Hi I just realized I had it mixed up with another similar collection.
I am double checking the setae and my measurements tomorrow, but according my records the spores are even bigger then the other collection I had it mixed up with!
I’m not sure what you mean, could you explain “thick walled long fulvous setae”. I googled it and still don’t know what you are referring to.
Does it have thickwalled long fulvous setae? They should be obvious.
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