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Not the greatest quality, but this is the best I could get.
I have no macro lens at the moment.
Alan Rockefeller has some samples from my collection, and I’m sure he plans on performing microscopy on them.
Hopefully we’ll have some images/data from him soon!
Thanks! Looking forward to seeing the insides of these little guys. No chance you’d be able to post a pic of the spores too, is there? Would require access to a compound microscope. Fungi in this family are often distinguished species-to-species by the size and shape of the ascospores in the perithecia.
I’m not sure if my dried specimens will be easily sectioned without crumbling, but if it doesn’t work, I can collect a couple more fresh specimens from that area and slice those.
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