Collection location: Sintra, Portugal [Click for map]
This observation revelled to me one more surprise. At first I didn’t had any idea about the classification of these cup fungi. After searching, I found they were similar to Bulgaria inquinans. Then the observation of the spores showed a spherical shape (~11.7 µm in diametre) . Another search and I came to svims with a key to Sarcosomataceae in the Pacific Northwest, which is a bit farway from my homeland. Anaway, there I could find a promising species for the classification: Pseudoplectania nigrella. According to that reference, a distinctive feature of this species is “margin slightly incurved and often wavy, stiff with brown hairs best seen under 10x hand lens”.
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|I’d Call It That||3.0||3.84||1||(Sporulator)|
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information concerning the antibiotic, that I was not aware of.
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