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Marian Jagers Marian Jagers

Does anyone recognize this species? Apothecia in

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Bonjour, récolte réalisée au sol dans un parc,

04-12-2023 10:01

François Bartholomeeusen

Dear forum participants, On a thin twig of Myrica

03-12-2023 19:21

ruiz Jose antonio

Hola a todos, en un talud cercano a un riachuelo,

28-11-2023 23:10

Villalonga Paco

On basic soil in humid bank, Teruel, Spain, around

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Elisabeth Stöckli

Bonsoir, Récolte en milieu incendié, apothécie

25-11-2023 14:49

Kees van Oorde Kees van Oorde

Very small fruiting bodies on affected leaves. Fou

30-11-2023 14:33

Béatrice Senn-Irlet

alll issues of Mycologia Helvetica (1983-2000) are

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Gernot Friebes

Hi,I'm looking for these three standard references

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Danny Newman Danny Newman

higher resolution images available at inaturalist.

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Rutstroemia henningsiana?
Marc Detollenaere, 22-09-2023 18:10
Marc DetollenaereDear Forum,

On black remains, probably stromatized tissue, of Juncus effusus, I found some long-stalked apothecia of 5-6mm long.The ectal excipulum consisted of Text prismatica, asci had an amyloid ring, no croziers were found.Spores were hyaline, fusiform and measured 17-18x4µ and contained several large guttules (OCI 4-5).Paraphyses were cylindrical.No sclerotia were found.
Could this be R henningsiana?
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Nihad Omerovic, 22-09-2023 21:35
Re : Rutstroemia henningsiana?
Macro, spores, paraphyses content don't look like in R. henningsiana; more like Hymenoscyphus.
Hans-Otto Baral, 23-09-2023 08:45
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Re : Rutstroemia henningsiana?
Yes, and it looks like Hymenoscyphus macroguttatus. That species must have croziers.
Lothar Krieglsteiner, 23-09-2023 09:19
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Re : Rutstroemia henningsiana?
... and by the way: the substrate is not Juncus but a dicotylous plant.
Yours, Lothar
Marc Detollenaere, 23-09-2023 10:44
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Re : Rutstroemia henningsiana?
You are right Hans-Otto,

There are croziers but they are very hard to find
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Hans-Otto Baral, 23-09-2023 10:47
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Re : Rutstroemia henningsiana?
Marc Detollenaere, 23-09-2023 10:47
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Re : Rutstroemia henningsiana?

I found it in a field full of Juncus effusus but indeed, the onset of side branches does not fit with Juncus.It has to be be a dicotyle.