Hello everyone and I am asking you for advice!
On cattle (cow) dung.
Ascomata: scattered, semi-immersed, subglobose.
Asci: 78-115x13-16 um; 8-spored; clavate, long stipitate.
Spores: (21.5-) 23.8-25.7x5.2-6.1 um; transversly septate; deeply constricted; germ slit parallel; gelatinous perisporium absent. Terminal cells are longer than middle ones. Middle cells barrel-shaped, wider than long and usually equal in size.
The examined sample is similar to Preussia terricola Cain. But, I have doubts about the size and shape of the ascospores.
I would be grateful for your ideas and comments.