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“it really looks like it and you are right that the fungus is known from the US East coast (as D.cudonia). However, we have encountered relatively few mature recently collected specimens of this taxon, and so I would say you should double check whether the ascospores match our description.” Aug.17,2015.
These are great, thanks for sharing! I have never seen this species, nor any Daldinia that’s so stipitate. Stadler’s monograph is great, isn’t it? If you collected some, and want to confirm the spore characters, I would love to examine some of this material and could take measurements to post if you’d like.
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