T. Roberts

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  • North American Mycological Association Foray 2015: specimen # NAMA 2015-366
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    Description: North American Mycological Association Foray 2015: specimen # NAMA 2015-366
Current Determination: Xylaria cornu-damae (Schwein.) Berk.
Family: Xylariaceae
Det. by: W. C. Gaswick : Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department, N. Omiotek, 2017
Identification notes: Spores 19.2-23 um x 5.1-6.4 um, with straight germ slight approximately 2/3 of spore length; the intermediate size (ascocarp roughly 5 mm in diameter) also supports a determination of Xylaria cornu-damae
Location: United States of America: North Carolina
Locality: Rattlesnake Lodge Trail
Coordinates: 35.6646 -82.4556
Habitat/Microhabitat: Mixed woods; on dead wood

Collector(s): T. Roberts
Collection Date: 26 September 2015
Catalog Subset: Fungi
Catalog Project: NAMA Vouchers
EMu IRN: 3559760
OccurenceID: 49cabf04-2172-41ee-8beb-9e63d33a61ca

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