Found on dead gorse branch
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Is this not too hyaline for thuretiana? I'm wondering about nucleata, which doesn't always have obvious opaque concretions.
I've had this problem before
when advice was if no inclusions visible E thuretiana is more likely.
That was the reason I went for this ID although I agree this is more glassy than white.
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Duplicate post, and therefore deleted (a minor iSpot bug).
I too, followed the same logic as Janet before deciding on identification. Regards
Lat/Lng: 53.1843, -4.1076
OS grid ref: SH592673