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Pulvinula convexella (?) sur sol sableux
BERNARD CLESSE, 22-06-2018 16:24
BERNARD CLESSEBonjour à toutes et tous,

Je pense avoir trouvé Pulvinula convexella dans une sablière, sur le sol.

Qu'en pensez-vous ?

Bernard
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BERNARD CLESSE, 23-06-2018 07:59
BERNARD CLESSE
Re : Pulvinula convexella (?) sur sol sableux
Aucun avis sur ce Pulvinula ?

Bernard
Uwe Lindemann, 23-06-2018 15:04
Uwe Lindemann
Re : Pulvinula convexella (?) sur sol sableux
Hi Bernard,
round-spored Pulvinula's are very difficult to determine. Somebody has to work on the genus morphologically and genetically. The sequencing of the types would be absolutely necessary. Maybe after such a study, we will know more about the species delimitation. But at the moment we have only Pfister's paper of 1976 and some others like Yao & Spooner's papers of 1996.
Best, Uwe
BERNARD CLESSE, 23-06-2018 15:13
BERNARD CLESSE
Re : Pulvinula convexella (?) sur sol sableux
OK Uwe, great thanks for your answer ! 

Best regards,

Bernard