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Discomycetes on Alnus
Dmitry Gavryushin, 20-03-2007 08:38
March 17, 2007, Naro-Fominsk, Moscow region. On partially burned wood of Alnus, near water. Up to 1.5 mm across. Dark brown with some bluish tinge, underside visibly lighter.
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Dmitry Gavryushin, 20-03-2007 08:38
Re:Discomycetes on Alnus
A microscopic view.
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Perz Piotr, 20-03-2007 08:51
Re:Discomycetes on Alnus
Hi Dmitry!

Mollisia spec. - you must wait for Andreas :)
Dmitry Gavryushin, 20-03-2007 09:04
Re:Discomycetes on Alnus
Many thanks Piotr.
Andreas Gminder, 20-03-2007 09:09
Andreas Gminder
Re:Discomycetes on Alnus
Hallo Dmitry,

yes, it is a Mollisia species. I can not tell you which one, because several characters are missing which would be important for a determination.
May be you want to have a look on my website to get an impression how to work with this genus. The key in the english verison is not as up to date as the german and french version, sorry.

If you would like to, you can send me collections of Mollisia (best dried, because mostly they don't survive more then two or three days in an envelope) from Russia. This is a area from where I don't have seen collections up to now, except some very old from the border to Finland.

It may well be that your collections is Mollisia fusca. Therefore the spores should have several oil drops inside when mounted in a water preparation. And the parapyses should yield a yellow sap into the medium when to a water preparation KOH 3% is added.

best regards,
Dmitry Gavryushin, 20-03-2007 10:15
Re:Discomycetes on Alnus
Many thanks for your comment Andreas. I should probably check these specimens more thoroughly and, hopefully, have more experience with this genus in the future. And of course I'll consider sending you some material, maybe I should collect more, though...
Andreas Gminder, 20-03-2007 10:38
Andreas Gminder
Re:Discomycetes on Alnus
You are welcome :-))