Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus primordial fruiting bodies imaged by cryo-scanning electron microscopy

The contributors

Allan Downie, Anne Edwards and Kim Findlay at JIC

The material

We used primordial fruit bodies growing on dead ash raciness collected from Ashwellthorpe Lower Wood on 10th February 2013 and incubated at room temperature on moist filter paper for 10 weeks.

The analysis

The Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus primordial fruit bodies (shown here) were imaged by cryo-scanning electron microscopy (see below).

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