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22-10-2017 11:37

lowen roz

Hypomyces leotiarum Fayod 1885 is the Sepedonium (

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20-10-2017 22:50

Thorben Hülsewig

Hi there,i found this Anamorph fungus on a death s

19-10-2017 21:33

Yatsiuk Iryna Yatsiuk Iryna

Dear all,I have found this Orbilia in CWU herbariu

20-10-2017 18:07

Pintos Angel Pintos Angel

hello;anybody has....?Apiospora sinensis K.D. Hyde

19-10-2017 21:36

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Bonoir.Est-ce qu'il existe une clé de ce genre ?

19-10-2017 17:20

Garcia Susana

Hola,Los apotecios eran muy pequeños, el mayor me

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Este otro crecía en el mismo trocito de madera qu

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¿Arachopeziza? growing on Apiaceae.
Francisco SÁNCHEZ, 10-08-2017 20:05
Francisco  SÃNCHEZRecolected in Norway. 28.07/17. Ascomas growing on dead stalk of Apiaceae, 0.5-2 mm in diameter, whitish at first, cream color later, with border covered with white hairs.

Ascospores with 1 septum, hyaline, more or less curved. Very broad paraphyses, pointed at the apex. Cylindrical ascospores with pores reactive to IKI.

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Hans-Otto Baral, 10-08-2017 23:41
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : ¿Arachopeziza? growing on Apiaceae.
I think it is a Trichopeziza of the T. mollissima group. You don't have a pic of the hairs? The septate spores are very probably overmature.
Francisco SÁNCHEZ, 14-08-2017 19:27
Francisco  SÃNCHEZ
Re : ¿Arachopeziza? growing on Apiaceae.
Thank you Hans-Otto, attached photos of the hairs, 2-4 microns wide, tabicate and with obtuse apex. The paraphyses also seem to be tabicated in these new photos.
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Hans-Otto Baral, 14-08-2017 20:50
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : ¿Arachopeziza? growing on Apiaceae.
Yes, and these contents of paraphyses aren't bad for a Trichopeziza. The genus is still not clarified and difficult to give names. Not sure what you mean with "tabicate".
Francisco SÁNCHEZ, 14-08-2017 21:15
Francisco  SÃNCHEZ
Re : ¿Arachopeziza? growing on Apiaceae.
I mean septate, in the previous photos I did not observe it.