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I have two Nikon scopes an SMZ645 dissecting and a E400 Eclipse compound.
To stand any chance of identifying Scutellinia you need to use Lactophenol Cotton Blue. It has the same effect as Meltzers on Russula and Lactarius spores in that the stain is taken up by the ornamentation. With S legaliae the ornamentation is so big it is less important but in most of the others it is vital to use LCB.
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