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Tubaria romagnesiana cystidia and spores in sandy grass Ransom Wood 2017-11-29.jpg
02-Dec-2017

Tubaria romagnesiana cystidia and spores in sandy grass Ransom Wood 2017-11-29.jpg

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nottinghamshire fungi17-Dec-2017 12:31
This species is so like the common Tubaria furfuracea, that it may well be overlooked and reckoned to be that species. It is seldom recorded at any rate and there are well under 100 records on each of the two national databases. The features that distinguish it are the shorter and narrower spores and the cystidia with subcapitate to capitate cystidia. The spores require careful measuring as the difference can be as little as half to 1 micron and some overlap possible in length. A 3rd Notts record.
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