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Inside a pile of cut meadow grass. Lines of minute, stalked, lidded, pale tan cups, 0.5mm growing along several grass stems/leaves. Any idea what they are? Jill
Yo, I’ve got it – craterium minutum – seemed to hard for a slime mould, but it definately matches, jill
Plase could you keep a dried sample for me (if it’s not too late) and I will collect it from you at the next foray you are attending?
Apologies for late reply, been away, but I do have a sample and hopefully see you on the 4th july,
Sporangia. Approx 0.5 mm high.
Capillitium x 400
Spores x 1000
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