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13-01-2007 12:19

Dmitry Gavryushin

Jan. 07, 2007. Size up to 4 mm, 1 to 2 mm across.

13-01-2007 00:10

Javier Ormad

En zona arenosa incendiada hace año y medio, sobr

11-01-2007 19:56

Dmitry Gavryushin

Jan. 07, 2007, on a dead spider (Linyphiidae?), sm

11-01-2007 19:53

Dmitry Gavryushin

Jan. 03, 2007, town park, on a dead stem of Urtica

11-01-2007 19:46

Dmitry Gavryushin

Jan. 03, 2007, town park, on dead stems of Urtica

07-01-2007 21:29

Enrique Rubio Enrique Rubio

Dear friends: Some idea about that Eutypella on S

06-01-2007 14:28

Perz Piotr

Dear friends, this fungus is collected in Franc

04-01-2007 14:12

Didier ARGAUD

Bonjour à tous Connaissez-vous l'espèce suiva

03-01-2007 21:11

Enrique Rubio Enrique Rubio

Dear friends, have you any suggestions for that sm

28-12-2006 22:15

Jean Pierre Dechaume Jean Pierre Dechaume

Trouvé sous une branche à terre. maxi 2,5 cm de

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Grey fungi on Salix wood
Dmitry Gavryushin, 13-01-2007 12:19
Jan. 07, 2007. Size up to 4 mm, 1 to 2 mm across.
  • message #1267
Dmitry Gavryushin, 13-01-2007 12:19
Re:Grey fungi on Salix wood
Asci/ascospores.
  • message #1268
NC NC, 13-01-2007 12:27
Re:Grey fungi on Salix wood
Bonjour à tous,
Probablement Propolomyces versicolor les spores allantoides à grosses guttules ne semblant pas dépasser 25 µm.
Amicalement
Robert
Jean-Louis CHEYPE, 13-01-2007 12:30
Jean-Louis CHEYPE
Re:Grey fungi on Salix wood
Propolomyces(=Propolis) versicolor
Dmitry Gavryushin, 13-01-2007 13:06
Re:Grey fungi on Salix wood
Thank you very much indeed Robert and Jean-Louis!
NC NC, 13-01-2007 14:48
Re:Grey fungi on Salix wood
The correct name today is Propoli farinosa (Pers.) Fr. according to the CABI Index Fungorum website.

Dick
Dmitry Gavryushin, 15-01-2007 09:07
Re:Grey fungi on Salix wood
Thanks a lot for the correction Richard.