Notes: On very rotten oak log. Perithecia less than 1mm, including hairs.
The largest spore 75 × 9. Hairs ~170 microns, but there are longer ones too.
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The spores either look normal, or weirdly twisted with prominent septa creating a chain-like structure. If the pressure of the cover slip caused the weird appearance, I would expect intermediate forms, in-between “not squashed” and “badly squashed”. Who knows.
the mounting medium collapsed those weird spores?
They are kind of beautiful in their own way.
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