Notes: Growing in grass, near obs 79446. I checked every specimen in the second picture, they all had a few spores with oil drops, but were mostly without them. Smells of rotting fish in age.
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Wow, the stacked spore picture does a great job of showing the ornamentation.
I don’t what kind of grass it is nor have I tried to find out yet.
Hi. Just curious on what “Q” is and if you happened to ID the grass type?
I measured 30 spores, the range is (13) 13.5 – 16 (17) x (7) 8 – 9 μm, the average size is 15.02 × 8.35 μm, and the average Q is 1.8.
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