Notes: on burned ground.
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then just water. no stains or chemicals.
Exactly, so I’d like to know more about how you prepared the slide? And from where did you take the spores for the shot?
maybe the drying process?
It is the sub-angular spores that put these into Pachylepyrium instead of Pholiota. Or you can call them section Pachylepyrium, in genus Pholiota, they were there once. There are the sub-angular spores, kinda like a funny mixture between Pholiota and Deconica.
But can you put in notes on the micro-shot, reagents used, and magnification? Also how do you prepare the slide to get so many collapsed spores?
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