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When: 2013-12-16

Collection location: Gainesville, Alachua Co., Florida, USA [Click for map]

Who: Richard Kneal (bloodworm)

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By: Noah Siegel (Noah)
2014-03-05 19:07:27 -05 (-0500)

should be mostly 5-6 spored, some 4’s.

Email me if you want the paper.

Micro info from Buyck
By: Noah Siegel (Noah)
2014-03-05 19:06:01 -05 (-0500)

“Spores(7.9)8.0––8.50––8.95(9.4) × (3.3)––3.7-3.98––4.3 (4.4) um, (Q = (1.7––)1.8––2.03––2.2(––2.8), elongateellipsoid,
(sub)reniform in lateral view, smooth, thin-walled, not amyloid, with opalescent,
refringent contents; hilar appendage papillate, not prominent.”

“(6.46––)6.71––7.14––7.57(––8.13) x (3.75––)3.82––4.25––4.68(––5.21) μm, Q = (1.47––)1.57––1.69––1.80(––1.89), n = 20”

By: Richard Kneal (bloodworm)
2014-03-05 17:59:51 -05 (-0500)

basidia is 2-spored.

spore avg…
By: Richard Kneal (bloodworm)
2014-03-05 17:35:32 -05 (-0500)

= 9.1 X 5.6
basidia is 2-spored
clamps are present…

what are the micro features for C. texensis…
anyone know?