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Dasyscyphus niveus?
Alan Smith, 15-03-2019 00:03
I found this nice little group in a crevice of a decaying oak stump near Sheffield, UK. I think it is Dasyscyphus niveus rather than D.virgineus - is there enough here for anyone to confirm or suggest an alternative?

Merci, Alan
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Hans-Otto Baral, 15-03-2019 07:38
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Dasyscyphus niveus?
Yes, the narrow, little protruding paraphyses and the hairs with a smooth upper part are diagnostic, as is the substrate (Quercus, only rarely Fagus or other trees).

Since a long time the name is Dasyscyphella nivea, and species with apically warted hairs are placed in Lachnum. Genetically they fall in different clades.

Dasyscyphus disappeared or survived in the new name Neodasyscypha (cerina).

Zotto


Alan Smith, 16-03-2019 22:47
Re : Dasyscyphus niveus?
thank you so much, Zotto

regards, Alan