Collection location: Ken Lockwood Gorge WMA, High Bridge, New Jersey, USA [Click for map]
To me this fungus looks like Microglossum viride in Roger Phillip’s web reference. However, my spores are “boat shaped” with 4-5 large oil droplets and rarely longer than ~10 µm, while the Philips referece states: “cylindric to fusiform containing large oil drops, 15–20 x 5–6µ.” A dried specimen is retained in my personal herbarium as LVK12035.
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And Great Picture!
My first post and I did not realize how small these images are. Larger are available.
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