Collection location: Akademgorodok, Novosibirsk, Russia [Click for map]
2 of 4: the one with broadly ventricose pleurocystidia with branching “antlers” and pointed terminal elements of the pileipellis (some, not all). See how its cheilocystidia on the second picture are a warmer colour than the rest of the cells, it’s because of the pale yellow-brown pigment in them. Clamp connections absent in the pileipellis. Rather small and cute for a P. cervinus s.l., too.
observation 63844 – the story behind this one.
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I love it when folks post their microphotos!
to the micro photos, I’ll add the biometric stats asap :)
could you list what the micro images are of?
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