Growing on the edge of a piece chipboard.
ID onfirmed by Dorset.Mushrooms
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Scutellinia scutallata is the most likely with those hairs and on that substrate but there are others that would also fit. Microscope needed.
Any chance you could explain the differences between the species..?
(Just airing my thoughts):)
All the best for 2013
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Going be hair length this is s.scutellata. Microscopic detailed Spores (best viewed in lactophenol and cotton blue) 17-23 x 10.5-14 µ elliptical; smooth when immature, and remaining so for a long time--but in maturity prominently sculpted with warts and ribs extending to about 1 µ high; with several oil droplets. Paraphyses with swollen tips 6-10 µ across. Marginal hairs (the "eyelashes") 360-1600 x 20-50 µ; brownish in KOH; thick-walled; multi-septate; with branched bases
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Have a good day, it being the first of another 365.
Looks like its going to be sunshiny day here at Lincoln, might just have a walkabout, camera, tray, and stick to hand......
My apology for the "s" D.M. I would of deleted the revised ID, but as you know, that cant be done, so I will put it up again.... :-/
There are others such as S trechispora (which can have longer hairs than S scutallata) and S crinita or S decipiens that can be almost as long that it might be. As DM saidthe microscopic details are the deciding factor.
Lat/Lng: 53.2055, -0.5631
OS grid ref: SK960685
Backies woods, Boultham Moor, Lincoln.