Chris Posted April 18, 2014 Report Share Posted April 18, 2014 Greetings All, I have a large Lecanopteris sinuosa that has been producing fertile fronds (and covering everything with spores). For the heck of it, I gathered spores from a frond and dusted them over some (microwaved) moist peat moss in a clean, clear plastic container with a lid. I wasn't expecting much, but within a few weeks I noticed a bright green carpet of what appears to be prothalli. Or maybe moss. It's difficult to see because of the moisture in the container. But let's assume that these are indeed prothalli: when will it be safe to remove the lid? I would like to inspect these more closely, but I don't want to let rogue moss/fungus spores into the container. Has anyone here tried Lecanopteris from spores? Any tips? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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