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12-05-2022 12:48

Viktorie Halasu Viktorie Halasu

Hello,last year (22.IX.) I've found this small red

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Me mandan el materila de Galicia (España) recolec

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PASCAL DUBOC

Bonsoirun  morceau de feuillu pourri flottant.. c

06-05-2022 14:38

Laurent Bonneau Laurent Bonneau

Bonjour, j'ai trouvé ces Scutellinia dans le sud

09-05-2022 19:45

Elisabeth Stöckli

Bonsoir,Trouvé au sol sur tige morte de Rubus (94

14-05-2022 21:03

Enrique Rubio Enrique Rubio

These sessile or subsessile apothecia, more or les

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Bonjourcolonie de disques (< 2 mm) gris à marg

12-05-2022 17:27

Edvin Johannesen Edvin Johannesen

Apothecia 0.2-0.5 mm in diam., slightly downy exci

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Jean-Claude Malaval Jean-Claude Malaval

Bonjour à tous,Fréquent sur différents supports

12-05-2022 10:31

Viktorie Halasu Viktorie Halasu

Hello, can I call this Coprotus disculus, or is i

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Sur pives de pin
Elisabeth Stöckli, 27-09-2015 13:03
Bonjour,

Trouvé sur pives de pinus (tourbière);

Apothécies 0.3-0.8mm, l'hyménium gris/jaune, asques 65-100x7.5-9µm, 8 spores, IKI, spores 11-17x3-4µm, 3x septées, paraphyses non élargies au sommet/fourchu.

Merci pour votre aide.

Elisabeth
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Hans-Otto Baral, 27-09-2015 20:19
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Sur pives de pin
Hi Elisabeth

I am sorry I have so far no good idea :-(

I think the apos are toothed, are they?

Did you poick up this cone on the ground? But not immerged in water?

Zotto
Hans-Otto Baral, 27-09-2015 22:54
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Re : Sur pives de pin
Elisabeth sent me some further photos, now i think I know:
Pseudophacidium cf. piceae, HB 5840e. Inamyloid asci (Phacidium has amyloid rings), branched paraphyses, overmature septate spores, apos with black teeth, everything fits. This one grew on Pinus mugo twigs at 1750 m.

A 100% identification wa snever possible so far. Moreover, the genus Starbaeckia nmight have to do with this fungus.

Zotto
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Joey JTan, 27-09-2015 23:01
Re : Sur pives de pin
Interesting, several days ago I collected something that looks very similar from Picea branches, although the asci are hemiamyloid.
Hans-Otto Baral, 27-09-2015 23:15
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Re : Sur pives de pin
Hi Joey

what eas reactive, an ascus apical ring? Did the apos also have such black teeth?

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Joey JTan, 27-09-2015 23:35
Re : Sur pives de pin
Yes the apical ring is reactive.  I am looking at it right now and I think it may in fact be Scleroderris or something close.  The ascospores and paraphyses are similiar, but I mistook the tears in the host tissue for the "excipulum teeth" (it is erumpent).
Hans-Otto Baral, 16-01-2022 07:01
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Sur pives de pin
A late identification: Based on a sequence from another sample I am quite sure that Elisabeth's fungus was Micraspis strobilina. Quijada et al. 2019 wrote about Micraspis and erected a new order Micraspidales.