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Trichia affinis

Observed: 14th February 2013 By: Alison GalbraithAlison Galbraith’s reputation in Fungi and LichensAlison Galbraith’s reputation in Fungi and LichensAlison Galbraith’s reputation in Fungi and LichensAlison Galbraith’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
Trichia affinis
Description:

Nick identified them under his microscope as Trichia affinis

Identifications

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

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Several Tricia, Leocarpus,

Several Tricia, Leocarpus, Physarum and no doubt more look very similar to this.

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Thank you, yes they do, I am

Thank you, yes they do, I am waiting for their identification and will update you asap.

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Think you aere going to have

Think you are going to have to give his findings if others are to agree with ''Nick''??

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