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3 Passport Sized Photos (White / blue background) 7. – You will surrender your Malaysian I/C, passport and birth cert to the Malaysia High Comm.
/- Cash for processing fee *IMPORTANT: All photocopies MUST BE in A4 size, if you forgot to do so, there’s a photocopy counter (20 cents each) at the other hall where they process passport applications) 8. Get him to check your K form and supporting documents. So you may want to make extra photocopies of those documents just in case you need them in future for reference etc.
After a lot of research my conclusion is a Psilocybe and the only one I can find of this size and with the size of spores and cystidia is Psilocybe inqillina. Thursday 11th December 2014 Dodging the hail showers, I went up to my allotment to make sure the greenhouse was in one piece after the gales. Monday 8th December 2014 I took a chance on a break in the weather for a quick walk to my local park.
Despite the frost, there were still Russulas around, blennius and ochroleuca.
Friday 26th December 2014 Played a couple of holes of golf this morning.
Still a few bits and pieces around including Pholiota gummosa (Stick Scalycap), one I had not found this year.
The larger spores and type of cystidia ruled out the common ones, the only one I could find that fitted all the microscopic features was Melanoleuca schumacheri but this is a Red Data species. One looks like a tiny Collybia with very small white spores. I note that the genus has been changed to Gymnopus (Collybia). Here is the latest (one of the better ones) found in a churchyard. Monday 1st December 2014 I have been contacted by The Biodiverse Society, a partnership of various wildlife trusts, who are looking for volunteers to assist with surveying sites, recording wildlife and training people to do these things.I had recently sent a couple of samples to him so that he could take a photograph. Saturday 20th December 2014 I popped into Tesco to buy my essential Christmas stocks.There is flowerbed right outside the main entrance that is heavily woodchipped. Why did it not grow on the many other flowerbeds in the car park?I found another group of them in litter this morning. Peter Wilberforce, who first identified it, Peter Thompson to add to his Ascomycete book and Kew Herbarium.
It is brown with a brown stem, brown gills and brown spore print, although the spores under a microscope are more yellow. Having taken down my runner beans and stacked the bamboo cane supports, I checked to see they were secure. The only person who does not have a piece is me, the person who found it.
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