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27-11-2021 02:38

Laurent LENEL Laurent LENEL

Bonjour à tous, voici ce que je pense être Otide

23-11-2021 15:26

Jennifer Fiorentino

First I supsected this was a slime mould but slime

28-11-2021 11:47

Viktorie Halasu Viktorie Halasu

Hello,I'm trying to find a name for this small yel

26-11-2021 15:21

Joop van der Lee Joop van der Lee

Found on dung of roe deer.In detail it differs fro

26-11-2021 13:43

Enrique Rubio Enrique Rubio

Do you have any idea about this coelomycetous fung

25-11-2021 23:14

S. Rebecca

Hello, we are spending some time between Valencia

23-11-2021 23:46

Valencia Lopez Francisco Javier

Hola a todosEsta Lambertella emergían de entre la

25-11-2021 22:25

Zoltan Lukacs Zoltan Lukacs

It was found in a deciduous forest, In Hungary. A

23-11-2021 20:52

Jannes Jannes Boers

Hello Everyone, The passed year there have been s

25-11-2021 13:47

Georges Greiff

Hello,I have been sent an interesting Octospora fr

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Nectriaceae?
Mirek Gryc, 20-11-2020 18:41
Hi

The fruiting bodies grew on a piece of twig lying on a pile of brushwood. It is very likely that this fragment belonged to Prunus padus.
I checked a few fruiting bodies, all of them were accompanied by large, dark spores, so I also present a photo of them. I don't know if they are related to this mushroom?
Any suggestions at least as to the type?
Mirek
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Thomas Læssøe, 21-11-2020 19:55
Re : Nectriaceae?
What is sitting under the cluster of orange perithecia? (maybe the producer of the dark spores)
Mirek Gryc, 21-11-2020 20:28
Re : Nectriaceae?
Hi Thomas,
Your hint was priceless.
Because unfortunately I don't know this group of mushrooms, so I won't come up with anything specific myself. I'm counting on your help.
Thank you Thomas
Mirek
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Peter Püwert, 21-11-2020 22:28
Peter Püwert
Re : Nectriaceae?
Hello,

Flammocladiella/ Nectria decora, parasitic on Aglaospora, Massaria ?

Peter.
Mirek Gryc, 22-11-2020 07:44
Re : Nectriaceae?
Thank you both for help with identification.
When I have free time, I will try to work on this collection. Maybe I can capture more details and take measurements.
Thank you once again for making a successful attempt at identification despite such poor documentation.
best regards
Mirek
Alain GARDIENNET, 22-11-2020 09:45
Alain GARDIENNET
Re : Nectriaceae?

Hi,


First of all, you have to check if the immersed one is Massaria conspurcata.


Then, indeed, you have to compare the orange one to Flammocladiella decora.


It has been already recorded on Massaria conspurcata. Please, measure ascomata diameter.


Alain

Mirek Gryc, 22-11-2020 18:15
Re : Nectriaceae?
Hi Alain
I think your suggestion makes very sense :)
When it comes to Massaria, you are probably right, but I prefer others to judge it.
- substrate is suitable - Prunus padus
- 4-spore ascus
- example dimensions are given in the pictures
- Flammocladiella spores clearly rough (feature poorly visible in the photos).
What is your opinion?
Mirek
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Mirek Gryc, 22-11-2020 19:40
Re : Nectriaceae?
I don't know if Flammocladiella has a big influence on the development of the host but the spores look a bit unnatural. That is why I present photos of healthy fruiting bodies, growing right next to them on a thinner branch.
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Alain GARDIENNET, 22-11-2020 22:13
Alain GARDIENNET
Re : Nectriaceae?

Good job, we can recognize both fungi.


Alain

Mirek Gryc, 23-11-2020 08:07
Re : Nectriaceae?
Hi
Once again, thank you all for help with identification!
best regards
Mirek
Andgelo Mombert, 23-11-2020 15:10
Andgelo Mombert
Re : Nectriaceae?
Bonjour,

Avec l'aide de la génétique, l'espèce liée à Massaria anomia (sur Fabaceae) fut distinguée de celle poussant sur Acer.

Il serait sans doute intéressant de séquencer les récoltes sur Prunus pour voir s'il s'agit d'une espèce inédite.


Andgelo
Mirek Gryc, 23-11-2020 15:43
Re : Nectriaceae?
Thank you Andgelo for the information.
Would someone be so nice and make this article available for me to read it? Unfortunately, I do not have access to it.

Although the photos I have seen show that Flammocladiella anomiae is more orange and my fruiting bodies were yellow, unless it is a not very important trait?


If anyone is interested in the material, I will gladly send it.


Mirek