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26-01-2020 00:07

Ethan Crenson

Hello all,Last week in New York City I found this

24-01-2020 15:35

Thomas Læssøe

No clue on this one but maybe all you clever ones

25-01-2020 21:27

Thorben Hülsewig

Hi there,here is another asco on Rhizophora mangle

25-01-2020 20:37

Elisabeth Stöckli

Bonsoir, Quelqu'un peut me faire parvenir la docu

25-01-2020 20:57

Thorben Hülsewig

Hi there, today i found two ascomycetes on a leaf

24-01-2020 18:05

Gernot Friebes

Hi,I'm looking for help with this unkown Scutellin

23-01-2020 13:54

Patrice TANCHAUD

Bonjour, récolte dans un lieu incendié où il y

22-01-2020 20:14

Thorben Hülsewig

Hi there, two week ago i found a Pseudonectria pa

24-01-2020 17:43

Björn Nordén

Hi!Has anyone some advice on this? the ascospores

24-01-2020 16:38

Thomas Læssøe

https://svampe.databasen.org/observations/10072105

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Hypoxylon sp. with dark umber extractable pigments
Ethan Crenson, 26-01-2020 00:07
Hello all,
Last week in New York City I found this Hypoxylon with brick red surface pigments, fairly apparent perithecial mounds and dark umber KOH-extractable pigments. The ostioles are lower than the surface of the stroma. Perithecia are obovoid. There are yellow-brown granules between the perithecia—very apparent in horizontal section, but quite inconspicuous in vertical section. Unfortunately it must be quite old because I could find no asci (there were insect eggs inside some of the perithecia). Spores are brown/dark brown, germ slit is on the convex side and runs full spore-length, 9.5-13 x 5-5.5µm. Is it possible to know what Hypoxylon this is with the information I have provided?
Thanks,
Ethan
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