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Dictydiaethalium plumbeum spores
-SPORES: Ochraceous or yellow in mass, pale yellow by transmitted light, spinulose, 9-12µm in diameter -PERIDIUM: ochraceous or yellow, persistent, and forming a flat or dome-shaped cap at the apex, sometimes dark with superficial deposits of refuse matter, continued down to the basal membrane in four to six straight threads, evanescent between the threads.
-HABITAT: Decaying wood. -DISTRIBUTION: Cosmopolitan
i have seen similiar spores ( http://slimemold.uark.edu/fungi/default.... ), but sadly from another species, otherwise wasn't i able to find other references to compare and confirm my spores of this original spotting --->( http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/845... )