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02-03-2021 13:43

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

Recolectada en zona de pinos y eucaliptos,  con a

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Riet van Oosten Riet van Oosten

Hello,Found today (02-03-2021) on Typha spec.Is Ar

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Garcia Susana

Hola, He encontrado estos peritecios y me gustar

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Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

Me mandan el material seco de Galicia,  recolecta

25-02-2021 17:28

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01-03-2021 17:01

Menno Boomsluiter

I was wondering, if any, what the status of Xylari

28-02-2021 20:18

Stefan Blaser

Hello everybody, I am not getting on with the fol

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Blasco Rafael Blasco Rafael

Hola, He encontrado estas muestras sobre Juglans

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Enrique Rubio Enrique Rubio

Hi againI have found small, rounded, gregarious, n

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Mirek Gryc

Hello everyone.The only thing I can say about it i

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Orbilia eucalypti rather than O. coccinella?
Hardware Tony, 25-01-2021 15:15
Hardware TonyI have found an Orbilia species on Picea albies (almost next to the Stictis sps referred to earlier this week) which in the 'books' suggested O. coccinella, with the paras, spores and orange tinted colouration that this was this species. On referring to Otto's et al incredible two volumes on Orbiomycetes rceently published would I be incorrect in thinking this should now be known as O. eucalypti?

Asco spores 3.97 - 4.96 x 1.85µm unseriate, 0.3mm ascomata with pale orange tints to lilac with blunt shoulders to asci tips at 36 - 42µm, No bluing in Melzers, Paras showing distinct large paddle type tips at 2.58 x 36µm, mostly same ht as asci. 

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Hans-Otto Baral, 25-01-2021 21:46
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Re : Orbilia eucalypti rather than O. coccinella?
I think you are right with O. eucalypti. But your methods are not suitable, you should avoid pressure and carefully mount in water to have living elements. Not even the spores are alive I fear.

The pinkish colour is not very typical but frequent anyway in this difficult species. Genetically it is a swarm of various indistunguishable genotypes, nobody understands this.

Hardware Tony, 26-01-2021 10:40
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Re : Orbilia eucalypti rather than O. coccinella?
With thanks Otto.  I might be a little heavy handed, one to note for sure.