Notes: Found in Pacific University Arboretum, growing in a mixed forest, close to a creek. Spores 17-20 × 11.5-12 microns. Paraphyses 7-8 microns at their rounded top.
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but it’s not an IF but a WHEN.
Thanks, Debbie. If the project materializes, the Oregon squad will be ready.
that’s great to hear that your club is training folks in vouchering skills.
you are perhaps aware that we (many professional and amateur mycologists invited from around the country) are about to initiate a North American Fungal Survey?
We are hammering out the details next month in New Haven, and will depend upon educated amateurs like yourself for a good bit of the field collections.
Exciting times to be a fungus fan!
Debbie and Drew, thanks for the compliments. A week ago, we had a photo & vouchering workshop at the OMS; it’s my trying to earn a passing grade. (Picture added.)
appreciate the micrographs, too.
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