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truly, you could frame that spore series and hang it on a wall!
According to the monograph by J. Sheard (page 13, available in Google Books) the Teichophila-type spores are characterized by septal and apical thickening with unusual variable locule shape and spore size during development. While in NA species the spore have all of type-A developmnet, he mentions that M. Giralt (2001) reported both type-A and type-B for R. teichophila. Looking to the photo labelled “Type-B” I think that one can infer type-B development in some of the spores (apical thickning start before the septum).
This specimen was parasitized by a fungus whose the only visible marks were some net of hyphae that can be seen in the attached photo labelled “Parasite”.
Created: 2017-05-08 23:02:46 CEST (+0200)
Last modified: 2017-05-15 23:03:00 CEST (+0200)
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