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09-07-2020 00:39

Valencia Lopez Francisco Javier

Hola a todosEncontré este curioso ascomycete a me

10-07-2020 17:50

Garcia Susana

Hola, Me gustaría vuestra ayuda para identificar

07-07-2020 13:34

Sergey Markov

I found this peziza sp. on loamy soil - on the gro

08-07-2020 00:01

Shane John

I would ask the indulgence of the group to perhaps

08-07-2020 16:47

Chris Yeates Chris Yeates

Bonjour tous While searching for the downy mildew

10-07-2020 14:26

Thomas Læssøe

Anybody in the know of eg Pseudoneottispora?See: 

08-07-2020 19:01


Bonjour.Je ne remets plus la main sur mon tiré-à

08-07-2020 20:29

Juuso Äikäs

These were growing on a dead grass stalk in a fore

08-07-2020 18:21

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

me mandan el material seco recolectado en mdera si

08-07-2020 10:59

Joanne Taylor

Hi there,Does anyone have a copy of the following

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Mirek Gryc, 29-06-2020 09:57

Only one small sporocarps (max. 4 mm in diameter) growing on moist soil in the middle of a forest road.
On the margins of the sporocarp, there is no hair at all. Only in some places can you observe flocs built of hyphae of unspecified form.
Smooth spores, surrounded by a sort of sheath (Tricharina type).
Paraphyses without content, septic, tops sometimes slightly widened and slightly curved.
No reaction to Lugol and KOH.

Any ideas?
Best regards.

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Viktorie Halasu, 29-06-2020 10:40
Viktorie Halasu
Re : Pseudoaleuria?
Hello Mirek,

this forked ascus base is typical for Pulvinula, Boubovia and Geopyxis (and a few other species). I think Boubovia nicholsonii might be rather close, but I have no experience with this genus. 

Uwe Lindemann, 29-06-2020 10:58
Uwe Lindemann
Re : Pseudoaleuria?
Both Pulvinula and Boubovia have carotenoids in the paraphyses (as well as Pseudaleura).

I agree with Viktorie. Regarding the ascus base, Geopyxis could be an option.

Best, Uwe
Mirek Gryc, 29-06-2020 11:32
Re : Pseudoaleuria?
I completely forgot about this kind, maybe because I haven't met them in recent years because of the lack of rain.
Thank you both. I will review the literature later, but I don't count on success :(
One small fruiting body and not very well matured, so it's a waste of time. I will visit this place again soon. The weather situation this year is more friendly for mushrooms, although in my area, it wasn't raining until last week.
Thanks again and best regards.
Lothar Krieglsteiner, 30-06-2020 05:45
Lothar Krieglsteiner
Hello Mirek,
if it is something in the Geopyxis foetida-complex, there should be a noticeable smell. Did you try?Best, Lothar
Nicolas VAN VOOREN, 30-06-2020 17:31
Re : Pseudoaleuria?
This smell is an inconstant character, sometimes present, sometimes not.
Lothar Krieglsteiner, 01-07-2020 22:01
Lothar Krieglsteiner
Re : Pseudoaleuria?
Maybe, but if it is present, it is very characteristic. I do not know any other fungus that smells like G. foetida/alpina/majalis-complex.
Marcel Vega, 01-07-2020 23:31
Re : Pseudoaleuria?
Hi Nico & Lothar,
I agree with both of you:
The 'unpleasant smell-feature' can help with the determination of the genus.
When absent this feature is not worth a farthing.
Mirek Gryc, 02-07-2020 06:59
Re : Pseudoaleuria?
Hello all
As I mentioned earlier, there was one small fruiting body (about 4 mm) available. I did not pay attention to the smell, but I suspect that if it was intense, then probably when taking the preparation I would have to feel it? Unfortunately, I didn't feel anything characteristic.
Thank you