All I can tell you is what the test equipment displayed. I checked the numbers 3 times. Disregard the capacitance values if you want. The important info is the L, R, and Q. This info is 4 times as much as bobs data provided, or measure it yourself for your own edification. I tend to trust a 5,000 dollar piece of equipment. Math also works. Which I'm guessing is how these values are calculated. I will look at the math and se if it's way out of the park. As a technician/engineer I usually don't second guess my work unless given a reason. That is my .02.
I certainly meant no offense and have a healthy respect for expensive test equipment myself but even a Ferrari fouls a plug now and then, or maybe it's the driver, I don't know. But whatever the reason, those numbers don't pass the sanity check. It can't possibly be uF and, think about it, an 8 turn coil has almost 6 times the self capacitance of a 136 turn coil?
In the movies this is when the crew decides to disconnect HAL.