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SOMETHING (unknown kingdom!) on Scleroderma
Perz Piotr, 21-10-2007 11:45

Can be, this is not a member of FUNGI kingdom, but I does not know which kingdom it is and I'm asking everyone, who can hel me.

My colleague send me a fungus, which seems to be Scleroderma spec. (Sclerodermataceae, Boletales, Agaricomycetidae, Agaricomycetes, Basidiomycota, Fungi) attaked by parasite.

On surface of this ?Scleroderma I found min. TWO living things.

- First are those whitish-creme small eruptions with a lot of very small SPORES or BACTERIUM - I does not know. This ?spores are all over on surface of ?Scleroderma.

- The SECOND thing is veri intresting. It looks like..... I does not know how. Its grown under the first layer (peel?) of ?Scleroderma. See macro-table witho good close-ups.
* Externally it is a brownish-yellowish SACK encrusted with anamorphic exsudate with ??pattern? See microphoto. This sack is probably NOT BUILDET from cells (sensu fungal cells).
* Direct from this sacc growns a white "something", also with this "pattern" on surface, but this "something" has "normally" cells (like stipe of fungus or all other living things).
* Inside od this sack, under peel of ?Scleroderma is.... ??egg ?? This ?egg has also not cells but a lot of amorphic material. All this ?eggs does have a small ?tail - see micro.

What it is?
- Bacterium? Inside this "egg" are bacterium and goes out with hits white tube?
- Insect? This can be a egg of insect.... but the eggs does not habe growing tubes, or I'm wrong?
- Protista? Myxomycete?
- Fungus? Pycnidia?
- Living thing, growing from egg and the only perfect-state is this white tube ?

Full macro and micro pictures and tables:

ANY help is welcome, may be you can ask another people?

best wishes
Pimpek / Poland