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Tamarix gallica
Savic Dragisa, 05-12-2017 12:32
Branch of Tamarix gallica lying on the ground (Serbia, 2017-04-06.). I tryed with Thambugala et al. (2016) Microfungi on Tamarix, but without succes.
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Lothar Krieglsteiner, 05-12-2017 12:42
Lothar Krieglsteiner
Re : Tamarix gallica

this reminds me of a Cucurbitaria (or related genus)


Regards, Lothar

Savic Dragisa, 05-12-2017 12:50
Re : Tamarix gallica
Yes, me too. On Tamarix grow C.berberidis and C.tamaricicola.
C.berberidis is not and I have no description of this other one.

Maybe somebody has this paper
Smyk LV (1970) New and rare fungal species of genus Cucurbitaria
Gray in Ukraininan SSR. News Non-vasc Plant Syst 7:206–208
Björn Wergen, 06-12-2017 17:00
Björn Wergen
Re : Tamarix gallica
Hi there,

this is Capronia nigerrima

Regards,Björn
Alain GARDIENNET, 06-12-2017 18:39
Alain GARDIENNET
Re : Tamarix gallica

Without more informations it's impossible to say. Such a lottery.


How are perithecias ? hamathecium ? asci ? ...


Ascospores remind the genus Capronia as said Björn. it's possible. But we need a more complete description.


Cucurbitaria, I don't think. Let's wait...


Alain

Savic Dragisa, 06-12-2017 18:56
Re : Tamarix gallica
Thanks Bjorn and Alain
I'll try, if I can find a sample from April. Interestingly, a few years ago I also found Capronia and I was struggling with identification. I did not remember and connected.