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Thorben Hülsewig

Hi there, last week i found this anamorph on rott

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Hello,Yesterday I found these discomycetes with a

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Pyrenopeziza?? Mollisia??
hannie wijers, 27-05-2018 17:36
Hello,

A friend found these small slices on a twig of Rubus. They look like Pyrenopeziza or Mollisia. However, the spores do not match with this. The size of the tracks is 9 - 11 x 3 ?m. The size of the asci is 44 - 57 x 4 ?m. Asci J + with Baralse. The parsfysen are bud form with a drop in the top. We also thought of Micropeziza but are absolute not sure. Does anyone have an idea for us that we can continue with?
Greetings
Hannie
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Hans-Otto Baral, 27-05-2018 17:49
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Pyrenopeziza?? Mollisia??
This is difficult in the dead state.  But from apo shape I am reminded of Pyrenopeziza petiolaris. It cannot be an Acer petiole? The spores look quite banal for Mollisia and Pyrenopeziza.
hannie wijers, 27-05-2018 19:09
Re : Pyrenopeziza?? Mollisia??
Hallo Hans Otto, 

I'll ask her again. This afternoon she told me it was Rubus. Thank you anyway
Regards
Hannie
hannie wijers, 28-05-2018 17:19
Re : Pyrenopeziza?? Mollisia??
Hello Hans Otto, 

I asked my girlfriend but she was sure of Rubus. Do yu have any further suggestion?

Groeten,
Hannie
Hans-Otto Baral, 28-05-2018 18:16
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Re : Pyrenopeziza?? Mollisia??
No I don't. I could perhaps if I saw the fungus from photos in living state.
hannie wijers, 28-05-2018 20:31
Re : Pyrenopeziza?? Mollisia??
Hello Hans Otto, 

I'll ask her if she has a foto of the twig. Thanks again.

Groeten
Hannie
hannie wijers, 01-06-2018 20:33
Re : Pyrenopeziza?? Mollisia??
Hello Hans Otto, 

sorry, it took a while for I got the pictures. Mij girlfriend was sure about the Rubus first, but now she hasiteted. Anyway hwere I have two pictures. I don't knor if ths will help. 
Thanks

groeten

Hannie
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Hans-Otto Baral, 01-06-2018 21:17
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Re : Pyrenopeziza?? Mollisia??
Of course it is too thick for a petiole, and the angular cross section tells indeed for Rubus.
In the literature P. petiolaris occurs not only on petioles of different trees but sometimes also on herbaceous stems. But mostly it is on Acer leaves.
hannie wijers, 02-06-2018 11:21
Re : Pyrenopeziza?? Mollisia??
Hallo Hans Otto, 

Thanks for your help. Now it is clear.

Groeten
Hannie