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19-01-2022 02:24

Zuidland Peter

Hello all,I have found this erumpant only on Olear

19-01-2022 02:21

Zuidland Peter

Hello all,I have found this erumpant only on Olear

27-01-2019 00:41

Rubén Martínez-Gil Rubén Martínez-Gil

Hola a todos. Subo unas fotos de un asco que hemo

16-01-2022 15:10

William de Jong

Hi everyone,Found on a cone of Picea abies by Fran

16-01-2022 21:25

Robin Isaksson Robin Isaksson

Spores 10-15 x 1,8-2,3um Found on apel twig today

16-01-2022 00:16

Rubén Martínez-Gil Rubén Martínez-Gil

Hola a todos.Subo unas fotos de un Ascobolus que h

17-01-2022 13:20

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

Me mandan el materila seco,  recolectado en tallo

16-01-2022 18:26

Niek Schrier

Hi everyone,I found a (lichenicolous?) fungi growi

16-01-2022 22:08

Jonah Benningfield

Hello,I was hoping to get some feedback on this As

16-01-2022 18:00

Riet van Oosten Riet van Oosten

Hello, Found 14-01-2022 on a dead stem of Rubus f

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Is this a fungal anemorph?
Jennifer Fiorentino, 23-11-2021 15:26
First I supsected this was a slime mould but slime mould experts did not agree. This was found on dead bark of a tree of unknown species in the Mediterranean at sea level. Id this the asexual phase of a fungus with its conidia? Any suggestions what it could be please?
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Mario Filippa, 23-11-2021 15:42
Re : Is this a fungal anemorph?
Take a look at Stilbella, a Nectria-anamorph.
Ciao
Mario
Thorben Hülsewig, 23-11-2021 19:32
Re : Is this a fungal anemorph?
Hi Jennifer,

i think it could be Gracilistilbella clavulata.
You can compare with this:
https://www.pilzforum.eu/board/thread/53072-gracilistilbella-clavulata-mont-seifert/

best regards,
Thorben
Jennifer Fiorentino, 26-11-2021 11:45
Re : Is this a fungal anemorph?
Many thanks for the tip. Will explore further.
Jennifer Fiorentino, 26-11-2021 12:48
Re : Is this a fungal anemorph?
Hi Thorben

Many thanks for taking the time to comment. It surely looks similar. However on re-examining my specimen I could not find a rough stalk with hyphae. Also I seem to be missing the fuzzy yellow structure depicted in your photos. So maybe it could be some other species of Gracilistilbella? I attach a close photo of stalk.
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Thorben Hülsewig, 26-11-2021 16:26
Re : Is this a fungal anemorph?
Hi Jennifer,

Now that was just a guess and I lack experience with this genus. The find at that time was confirmed to me by Keith Seifert.
Of course, another species is also possible.
What does the KOH reaction look like with your finding ?
And do you know this work here:
Seifert, K.A. (1985). A monograph of Stilbella and some allied hyphomycetes.
You can dowload the pages here:
Journals > Studies in Mycology > 27
http://www.cybertruffle.org.uk/cyberliber/


best regards,
Thorben
Jennifer Fiorentino, 28-11-2021 11:55
Re : Is this a fungal anemorph?
Many thanks for your suggestions and tips. Since I am not a mycologist myself I will pass on this info and my photos to a person who might be in a better position to ID this problematic fungus.