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Post by Steve » Mon Oct 02, 2017 11:50 am

this was on dead wood in a log pile and reminded us of the lichen Icmadophilia ericiterum which we've seen in the Highlands on peat - but obviously is a hyphomycete. From Ellis and Ellis I got to Giocladium for pinkish slimy spores but these ate just 2 um globose, and not like the species described.
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