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29-10-2020 13:18

Edvin Johannesen Edvin Johannesen

These black discs were growing along with Calycell

28-10-2020 19:30

Juuso Äikäs

I think this might be my first Calycina find. Thes

28-10-2020 17:28

Thorben Hülsewig

Hi there, Some days ago I found these hyaloscypha

28-10-2020 21:39

Joop van der Lee Joop van der Lee

MycoBank has changed the current name for Trichode

28-10-2020 12:04

Mirek Gryc

HelloI am looking for any descriptions of Trichari

28-10-2020 16:42

UZUN Yasin UZUN Yasin

Could anybody please send me a copy ??"Berthier J,

28-10-2020 12:42

Mirek Gryc

Hi.I received a dry apothecia from my friend, so I

26-10-2020 09:58


Hi.Here is the tiny white discomycete (~0.1 mm Ø)

27-10-2020 21:55

Dirk Baert

I fund this on the inside of a peziza.I think this

27-10-2020 21:40

Joop van der Lee Joop van der Lee

There is some doubt in how we address this species

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Pilobolus roridus?
Joop van der Lee, 22-09-2020 12:15
Joop van der LeeFound on dung pallets of roe deer.

No living sprangiophores or sporangia found only discharged sporangia.

Diameter of this sporangia = 213 um.
Spores: oval, 6.65-7.84x3.64-4.22 um.

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Malcolm Greaves, 23-09-2020 08:43
Malcolm  Greaves
Re : Pilobolus roridus?
That looks good to me Joop.
Joop van der Lee, 23-09-2020 14:48
Joop van der Lee
Re : Pilobolus roridus?
Hello Mel,

Reading the description again I do have my doubts for in the case of spore sizes it fits P. crystallinus as well.
The only difference one can see about these species is the shape of the trophocysts and that I could not compair.
Besides that I do not know which of the two species has spores filled with The Bary bubbles.

Malcolm Greaves, 23-09-2020 16:14
Malcolm  Greaves
Re : Pilobolus roridus?
Each of the papers on this group seem to have differing sizes quoted for each species. Almost all have your find being a much closer fit for P roridus.
Joop van der Lee, 23-09-2020 16:36
Joop van der Lee
Re : Pilobolus roridus?
Thanks Mal