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09-12-2018 23:06

Joop van der Lee

Found on cow dung. Fruitbody is covered with tufs

28-02-2014 22:14

Salvador Tello

Hola.Tengo este hongo que crece en tierra y no log

08-12-2018 15:13

Per Marstad Per Marstad

This was growing on Fagus, 2-3 mm. The spores are

08-12-2018 20:07

BERNARD CLESSE BERNARD CLESSE

Trouvé sur tronc pourri de fusain ce que je pense

06-12-2018 07:35

Ethan Crenson

Hello all, These were found by my friend recently

07-12-2018 14:42

Edmond POINTE Edmond POINTE

Bonjour,Ressemble à X.cinerea et scruposa sauf qu

07-12-2018 20:39

Georges Greiff

A second fungus found on bryophytes in chalk grass

07-12-2018 17:24

Enrique Rubio Enrique Rubio

Quelqu'un pourrait-il avoir une copie de ce docume

08-12-2018 10:14

BERNARD CLESSE BERNARD CLESSE

Sur branchettes mortes d'aulne glutineux, encore s

08-12-2018 11:40

Joop van der Lee

Found on cow dung. Fruitbody: 331.6x295.9 um (wit

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Scopinella?
Per Vetlesen, 07-01-2018 22:47
Grown in moist chamber on bark/resin of fallen Pinus sylvestris attacked by Cronartium flaccidum or Peridermium pini. The bark was collected in Hamar, Norway in September last year.
Perithecia globose D ca. 200 µm
Neck 400 x 50 µm
Asci about 14 x 36 µm
Spores (6.6) 6.8 - 7.6 (7.8) × (4.9) 5.4 - 6.3 (6.5) µm; Q = (1.1) 1.13 - 1.3 (1.5) ; N = 22; Me = 7.2 × 5.8 µm ; Qe = 1.2

Is it a Scopinella or another genus?


Thanks in advance for any suggestions and help.
Regard
Per

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David Malloch, 08-01-2018 15:29
David Malloch
Re : Scopinella?
Dear Per,

Check Melanospora chionea.  That species is usually on dead pine needles, but I think it may also be found on other pine materials.

Dave
Peter Püwert, 08-01-2018 16:53
Peter Püwert
Re : Scopinella?
Hi,
here is a very good representation of this species.
Greetings Peter.

https://www.pilzforum.eu/board/thema-melanospora-chionea?highlight=Melanospora
Per Vetlesen, 09-01-2018 12:16
Re : Scopinella?
Hi David and Peter,
Thank you very much for your suggestions!
Yes it must be a Melanospora.
But it differs from the description of M chionea, perithecia and spores are smaller, and I have not seen a flattened side on the spores.
The spores looks much like the one presented here: https://www.bio-forum.pl/messages/33/304016.html , but that one is "4-spored".
But I cannot find any species that fits better and I will call it Melanospora sp or Melanospora cf. chionea for the time being.
All the best
Per
Peter Püwert, 09-01-2018 13:54
Peter Püwert
Re : Scopinella?
Hi Per,
have you
Cannon & Hawksworth, 1982, A re-evaluation of MELANOSPORA.....Bot. Journ. ?
Greetings Peter.
Per Vetlesen, 09-01-2018 19:36
Re : Scopinella?
Hi Peter,
Yes I have got that paper........
Hilsen
Per
Peter Püwert, 09-01-2018 21:42
Peter Püwert
Re : Scopinella?
Hi Per,
if I look there at the data with M. chionea, nevertheless, your finding could also belong to it. Or have I overlooked there something or have interpreted not correctly?
Greetings Peter.
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Per Vetlesen, 10-01-2018 10:12
Re : Scopinella?
Hi Peter,
You are right; the sizes of the spores and the perithecia are inside the lowest measurement given in the description. It is M chionea.
Thank you for helping and guiding me!
Hilsen
Per