Notes:
Spores 13 – 13.27 (13.3) × 12.6 – 13.06 (13.1) µm
Q = 1 ; N = 4
Me = 13.1 × 12.8 µm ; Qe = 1

13.08 12.60

13.13 12.71
12.97 12.70
13.27 13.06

See also https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/19836625

Images

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1000x in KOH
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1000x in Melzer’s
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1000x in Melzer’s
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1000x in Melzer’s
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In KOH
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In KOH
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In KOH
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100x in KOH
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Proposed Names

28% (1)
Used references: BLAST results
74% (2)
Used references: Christian schwarz
Based on microscopic features: Spores

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Comments

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I saw that reaction,
By: zaca
2019-01-30 13:47:37 CET (+0100)

but didn’t know that was in melzer. Thus Peziza seems to be excluded, but don’t know what can be.

I checked in KOH and Melzer’s
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2019-01-30 04:27:53 CET (+0100)

I have labeled the micrographs. All parts were inamyloid, though some of the spores had a dark patch that was visible in Melzer’s which made them look like eyeballs.

Did you check the reaction to melzer (or lugol)?
By: zaca
2019-01-29 18:19:53 CET (+0100)