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Stefan Blaser

Dear All, This collection from Fagus has globose

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Hyphomycete on Fagus wood
Enrique Rubio, 03-11-2018 19:47
Enrique RubioHi my friends
I'd like to know your opinion on these minute (up to 375 microns), scattered, blackish, superficial, verrucose, sessile sporodochia, growing on Fagus wood near the stromata of Hypocrea cf. minutispora.
The muriform conidia, similar to hand grenades, seem to be frontally compressed. My friend Angel Pintos suggested me Berkleasmium or Dictysporium. What do you think?
Many thanks in advance
Enrique
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Jason Karakehian, 03-11-2018 20:27
Jason Karakehian
Re : Hyphomycete on Fagus wood
I vote for Berkleasmium. I don't think that yours is B. conglobatum but perhaps some other species. There is a recent key by Bussaban et al. in Fungal Diversity and of course the Royall T. Moore work. A beautiful fungus you have there!

Kindly - Jason
Enrique Rubio, 03-11-2018 20:38
Enrique Rubio
Re : Hyphomycete on Fagus wood
Many thanks, Jason.
Enrique
Josiane Santana Monteiro, 07-11-2018 13:31
Re : Hyphomycete on Fagus wood
Hi Enrique

This fungus seems Canalisporium, because conidia are frontally compressed. See this article of Sri-Indrasutdhi et al. (2010) with a key to species of this genus.
Enrique Rubio, 07-11-2018 16:49
Enrique Rubio
Re : Hyphomycete on Fagus wood
Hi Josiane
We were on that track, but we can't pinpoint the species.
Thanks a lot for your opinion