Notes: Average dimensions of the spores:
Me = 12.1 × 6.7 µm ; Qe = 1.8 (N=36).
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If it happens to find it again, I’ll contact you. Thanks, Nicola, for your interest in my ascomycetes.
Well, it is very strange, because uniguttulate spores are rare on Otidea. It can occur on some spores but never on all spores as on your micropictures.
If you find again this species, in the same locality, I would be interested in its study.
on fresh specimens (the day after of the observation).
Thanks, Nicolas, for your comment.
Fresh specimens looks like O. alutacea, and the spore shape (oblong) is characteristic, but in the same time spores are uniguttulate! Did you take micropictures on fresh specimens or dried?
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