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Yellow fruitbodies between Calamagrostis arenaria
Wim de Groot, 06-12-2023 23:20
This is my forst upload. We found this little stalked fruitbodies on a smal twig between Calamagrostis in the white dunes. Maybe the combination with the spores does ring a bell to someone?
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Hans-Otto Baral, 07-12-2023 09:49
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Yellow fruitbodies between Calamagrostis arenaria
The spores remind me of Hymenoscyphus conscriptus which is usually only on Salix.
Wim de Groot, 07-12-2023 10:49
Re : Yellow fruitbodies between Calamagrostis arenaria
Thank you for the quick answer. We found this little dead twig in the outer dunes with a lot of Salix repens nearby and no other vegetation than Calamagrostis. The spore measures suits H.conscriptus very well, also the little oil drops at both ends of the spores.
Wim de Groot, 07-12-2023 11:32
Re : Yellow fruitbodies between Calamagrostis arenaria
In the Dutch database there is no place for H.conscriptus I discovered so I had to use H.salicinus. A lot of discussion about this species?
Hans-Otto Baral, 07-12-2023 12:04
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Yellow fruitbodies between Calamagrostis arenaria
Strange, I never met that name. It is in Persoon 1794 described with a few words. No idea if there exists any specimen to check.
Viktorie Halasu, 07-12-2023 15:02
Viktorie Halasu
Re : Yellow fruitbodies between Calamagrostis arenaria
In B. Declercq's 2020 key is H. salicinus mentioned as possible (unsure) synonym of H. conscriptus. 
I guess this might be the reason why the Dutch database lists "H. salicinus" as priority name. Check page no. 146: https://www.mycologen.nl/Coolia/PDF-files/Coolia57(3)pp139-149_Osieck_vdPutte_Cristella_Texel_nov_2013.pdf (the link has to be copy-pasted) 

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Hans-Otto Baral, 07-12-2023 16:41
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Re : Yellow fruitbodies between Calamagrostis arenaria
Thanks Viktorie! Of course H. fructigenus is a mistake, and H. conscriptus/salicinus is a good species. H. calyculus was so far very difficult regarding a barcode, there are a number of very different sequences. For H. conscriptus exist Turkish sequences, but the group requires more detalied study.