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Help with identification
Found on Lesbos island, Greece, on muddy ground.

Apothecium cup-shaped, with brownish hairs on the perimeter.
Apothecium diameter: 0.3-2.5 cm.
Hymenium yellowish-gray, bumpy, hygrophanous.
Ascospores: (17) 18-20 x 8-9 (9.5) ìm.
Paraphyses 2.5-4 ìm (at the top).
Hyphae 7-10.5 ìm, hyaline, with clamps.

Any idea what this is?
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François Valade, 22-11-2007 20:58
François Valade
Re:Help with identification
It should be necessary to see marginal hairs, with focus on apex, walls, septation and size (L, l).
It seems that hair distribution is in fascicles, so it makes me think about the genus Tricharina. But I cannot exclude the genus Trichophaea. Hair deep analysis really mandatory.
What about the ornementation of the spores? it seems to be smooth, right?
François Valade, 22-11-2007 21:00
François Valade
Re:Help with identification
I forgot to ask about presence of guttules in the spores.
Re:Help with identification
Thank you again, Francois.

Unfortunately, I don't have the specimens (they belong to a friend). However, I will ask him to provide the information and, if and when I have it, I'll write again.
Nicolas VAN VOOREN, 23-11-2007 09:53
Re:Help with identification
As François, I think it's probably a Tricharina sp., because we don't see any guttules into the spores. Information on hairs is needed to help you.
Best regards