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Hello all, I incubated some deer dung from an NYC

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operculate discomycete associated with dung
Ethan Crenson, 31-03-2020 16:56
Hello all,

I incubated some deer dung from an NYC park on a damp paper towel in a moist chamber for about six weeks. A recent arrival in the moist chamber are these stipitate discomycetes growing from the damp paper towels. They are dull orange-tan, about 6mm across, with a central depression. The asci I measured were about 259-279 x 15-20µm, they are IKI+. Spores are hyaline, eguttulate, ellipsoid, 17.5-20 x 10-12µm. They appear smooth in water mounts but slightly punctate in iodine. Cells of the excipulum are textura globulosa. Paraphyses are septate, branching, and with some irregular bulges and thickenings in the wall. I am no having much success with the keys I have. Maybe I should not assume that there is a connection to the presence of the dung. Can anyone point me in the right direction?


Many thanks,
Ethan

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