Notes: Very small, total fruiting body 6mm long, stipe 0.5mm wide, top 1mm wide.
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two pix at 20x, looks like some sort of insect shell there, but it’s hard to tell.
it’s probably not a xylariacae.
Isaria seems like a good guess to me. It seemed to be growing from clay soil in a root mass, originally I didn’t see an insect, although I just looked at it again and there may be part of an insect there.
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