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Septiembre 4, 2021 02:47 PM EDT

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on a piece of rotten wood in very wet (normally submerged) habitat.

Several individuals, superficially resembling miniature Lasiosphaeria ovina. Sporodochia pale gray, less than 0.5mm in width, scattered, conidial mass surrounded by an arachnoid net of small thin, dichotomously branched pale to brown hyphae. Conidiogenous cells containing many relatively long denticle, often in quick succession on the conidiogenous cell. Conidiogenous cells are hyaline

Conidia are aseptate, smooth, without appendages or visible sheets, somewhat allantoid and hyaline, they measure 6.5 - 9.5 X 2-2.5 µm.

Because of the arachnoid net surrounding the conidial mass and the conidia that are produced on denticles, the genus neta is the likely. Amongst the species, N. lignicola is easily reached using Castañeda and Heredia key (Mycotaxon 76: 132). N. tropicalis is also similar but have much more allantoid conidia.

also compare with N. patuxentica as seen here : https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/94171469

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beachjoel

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Agosto 29, 2021 05:21 PM EDT

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beachjoel

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Junio 7, 2021 01:00 PM EDT

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Halcón Esmerejón Falco columbarius

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sthorsell

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Abril 19, 2021 07:18 PM EDT

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Araña Camuflada de Las Flores Misumena vatia

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sthorsell

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Abril 12, 2021 03:09 PM EDT

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reiner

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Julio 6, 2020 03:38 PM AEST

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not a slime-mould so presumably an Asco of some sort

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sthorsell

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Julio 1, 2020 08:50 PM EDT

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Colleja Silene vulgaris

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Junio 8, 2020 07:26 PM EDT

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Tordo Sargento Agelaius phoeniceus

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Junio 8, 2020 07:22 PM EDT

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Polilla del Guarumo Hyalophora cecropia

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Junio 5, 2020 04:18 PM EDT

Descripción

reared by a friend of mine from a wild Caterpillar, emerged on the 5 June 2020.

I asked her permission to use the picture of the Caterpillar to complement this observation.