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David Malloch, 15-09-2023 15:35
David MallochThis little fungus was on a soil- and moss-covered dead root mass of Betula papyrifera in New Brunswick (45.134° -66.492°). It seems close to species of Tatraea but has rather small ascospores and no bluing of the ascus apex in Melzer's or Lugol's. The ascospores measure 17.4-20.1 x 5.2-5.7 µm, Q = 3.12-3.78. Is there a better genus for this?

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Peter Püwert, 15-09-2023 15:54
Peter Püwert
Re : Tatraea?
Hi all,

I mean more Cudoniella acicularis.

P. P
David Malloch, 15-09-2023 16:42
David Malloch
Re : Tatraea?
Thanks Peter. That looks like a good fit.

Lothar Krieglsteiner, 15-09-2023 17:51
Lothar Krieglsteiner
Re : Tatraea?
Hello David,
for me this is not Tatraea but quite likely Cudoniella acicularis. You do not show paraphyses, but other characters agree in my opinion. 
Yours, Lothar
Lothar Krieglsteiner, 15-09-2023 17:53
Lothar Krieglsteiner
Re : Tatraea?
ah sorry - I did not see there was an answer already :-(
David Malloch, 15-09-2023 18:22
David Malloch
Re : Tatraea?
Hi Lothar..

Yes, I forgot the paraphses. Thanks for the reminder. Here they are. Cudoniella acicularis looks good to me.
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