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26-11-2022 15:20

Riet van Oosten Riet van Oosten

Hello,Found by Laurens van der Linde, November 202

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Bonjour à chacune et à chacun,Je suis à la rech

25-11-2022 23:03

Edvin Johannesen Edvin Johannesen

Hello! These tiny (0.3-0.4 mm) greyish yellow/pin

25-11-2022 16:59

carl van den broeck carl van den broeck

In de Belgische Ardennen vond ik zeer kleine (1 to

24-11-2022 02:15

Richard VALERI Richard VALERI

Bonjour à tous.Ref:Grelet - Discomycètes de Fran

25-11-2022 08:43

Carmel Sammut

Looking through my unidentified specimens I came a

24-11-2022 18:46

József Vikár

Hello. I found this Helvella by my homeplace, unde

16-11-2022 21:05

Robin Isaksson Robin Isaksson

Hi, This one i also have problem with so we giv

23-11-2022 21:14

Niek Schrier

hi everyone, I found a lichenicolous fungi growin

13-11-2022 18:16

Niek Schrier

hi everyone, I found this Xenonectriella/Pronectr

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Tiny on Typha
Marja Pennanen, 29-09-2022 13:34
Dear colleagues,

a couple of days ago I found these tiny apos (0,1-0,3 mm) on Typha latifolia.

The spores are multiguttulate, 16-18x3,5-4 and seems to develop septas at least when dead.

The asci are 45-65x9-12, IKI+blue and the paraphyses branch, are up to 4 on top and look a bit like a cluster of balloons.

No idea even of the genus, but hopefully someone here has.

Greetings from Marja
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Hans-Otto Baral, 29-09-2022 15:00
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Tiny on Typha
Hi Marja

this is a Micropeziza, probably M. cornea

Marja Pennanen, 29-09-2022 16:23
Re : Tiny on Typha
Thank you Zotto once again!

I had a little doubt, that this looks a bit like Micropeziza, but was too "busy" to check.

All the best for you: Marja