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for they are most important with Corticiaceae. Maybe in the future. It’s all a matter of money priorities and possibilities :(
I am near to getting access to a microscope /lab for the first time so I am keen to pick up (and see) whatever I can.
I have no apparatus for taking micro pics. And with such common and easily recognizable species like Byssocorticium atrovirens I would not even bother to draw paintings of it if I would do so. I just take notes. That’s why I love crusts. You do not need to make accurate descriptions as with Agarics, just the most important features. Most stuff from the microscope can be preserved without any problems and checked anytime. But note that you should also note smell, consistency, host and all the main features as well.