Notes: This was on some deer dung that I collected while at Eagle Hill, Stueben, ME in August. I rehydrated it on 11/13 and worked this one up on 11/27.
The perithecia were partially submerged in the substrate, smooth and small – about 0.5mm.
Among other things, I saw Trichobolus zukalii, Graphium putredinis, Lasiobolus ciliatus, and Sordaria brevicollis.
[admin – Tue Feb 08 12:34:46 +0000 2011]: Changed location name from ‘deer dung collected and dried in Stueben, Maine. United States’ to ‘Stueben, Maine, USA’
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