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Hello, Found by Theo Westra, 13-06-2019 (The Neth

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Nicolas VAN VOOREN Nicolas VAN VOOREN

Hello.Here is a Hymenoscyphus species growing on b

14-06-2019 15:32

Malcolm  Greaves Malcolm Greaves

A small group of Perithecia on rotten (salix?) woo

14-06-2019 09:40

Per Marstad Per Marstad

I have found this in Norway, on hardwood, laying o

14-06-2019 06:40

Django Grootmyers

What is this parasite of Cantharellus minor? Found

11-06-2019 01:49

Valencia Lopez Francisco Javier

Hola amigos...Adjunto fotos de unas supuestas Para

11-06-2019 00:32

Elisabeth Stöckli

Bonsoir, Sur feuilles de ronce (Rubus/roncier à

11-06-2019 16:20

Garcia Susana

Hola, He recolectado este asco sobre estiercol, c

12-06-2019 22:42

Ethan Crenson

Hello all, A friend noticed these tiny fruiting b

11-06-2019 00:08

Ethan Crenson

Hello all, I found a few of these tiny black cush

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Ombrophila rivulorum?
Johan Myhrer, 21-09-2018 15:10
Central sweden in a marsh by a shallow lake I found a few of these highly gelatinous discs on wet decomposed debris (mostly Carex and Typha) on the very wet ground. Key in Ellis & Ellis led me to Ombrophila violacea which seemed close enough to begin with, spore size a little big though and only small LBs in spores. So I began digging in "archives" and O. rivulorum was a good fit. Or maybe its O. violacea anyway? The latter automatically being changed into O. janthina in Swedish database Dyntaxa. Can't be right can it?

Spores: ~13-14,5x4-5,5µm (IKI+ with 2 red spots)

Asci IKI+ blue apically

Medulla very loose and with small chrystals.

/Johan Myhrer
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Hans-Otto Baral, 21-09-2018 21:40
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Re : Ombrophila rivulorum?
IthinkO.rivulorum is excluded because of the lacking large LBs, but my folder rivulorum without large LBs could fit. AlsoO. translucens seemsto be very similar.