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Tomorrow I’ll buy this thing which you can fasten to the mic.
a camera and a microscope, you can do it already..
Tomorrow I will look for an apparatus or whatsoever this is called ;)
I am constantly in awe at your Corticioid postings – maybe someday they will strike my fancy, but for now there are many other things to figure out in CA.
you will see that I am into Boletaceae and Corticiaceae. Ok, my postings are “universal” but those are my preferred ones.
As for the size of fruitbodies, there are always small ones and big ones as with humans, animals, plants and everything :)
actually I never dealt with varieties in this group. This is not my favorite kind of mushrooms.
are any of the varieties supposed to be this much heavier-set?
but I agree that when I saw them in the field I didn’t suspect them to turn out A. campestris but microscopy and macrochemical reaction are fitting. However there is a similar A. pseudopratensis which I posted earlier. And there are some varieties of A. campestris too. Furthermore rich soil was present at the location.
Isn’t that annulus a bit prominent for A. campestris? Not to mention they look a bit firm, stocky, and don’t have a tapering stem. Compare with observation 87762, they don’t look like the same species to me.
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