I’m posting this in reference to the ongoing discussion about this species(MO# 59558).
The spores were ~ 10.0-12.0 X 8.0-9.0 microns with an ave Q = 1.32 (only 9 spores).
The spores are a little wider than what is reported on RET’s website making the Q value somewhat lower. It also brings into question the validity of the ID.
I have another collection from a more current year. I’ll try to check the spores on that one and post later.
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