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13-05-2019 12:58

Thomas Læssøe

tiny, pale brown apothecia with ± distinct margin

14-05-2019 14:53

Thomas Læssøe

tiny greyish apothecia, superficial with dark base

14-05-2019 14:51

Lothar Krieglsteiner Lothar Krieglsteiner

Only one young (fully unripe still one week later

13-05-2019 22:25

Riet van Oosten Riet van Oosten

Hello, Found by Willy Heimeriks, April 2019, The

12-05-2019 20:53

Andreas Gminder Andreas Gminder

Hello, today we searched for ascos in a wet mount

12-05-2019 19:13

Lepista Zacarias

I was consulting the database of AscoFrance and I

11-05-2019 13:49

Marek Brom Marek Brom

I have long been interested about fungi of peat bo

12-05-2019 19:06

Robin Isaksson

Condia is 12-14x 3-4 um, hyalin. Setae is up to 6

10-05-2019 11:30

Enrique Rubio Enrique Rubio

Does anyone know where this work can be freely dow

11-05-2019 10:03

Enrique Rubio Enrique Rubio

Does anyone have access to this article?. At least

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Unguiculariopsis? on Eutypella prunastri, Denmark V.2019
Thomas Læssøe, 13-05-2019 12:58
tiny, pale brown apothecia with ± distinct margin, non-hairy. At the margin of Eutuypella prunastri stromata attached to dead Prunus cerisifera branch 1 m above ground in  damp scrub. Paraphyses longer than asci, mainly non-circinate, with clavate apices, imbedded in gel.  Asci ca. 63 µm long, 8-spored, + croziers, I-. Spores hyaline, 1-celled, flattened ellipsoid, . Sporer ca 11.9 x 5.1 µm with slighly grainy contents but no guttules.

See: https://svampe.databasen.org/observations/10012916

Enrique Rubio, 13-05-2019 13:05
Enrique Rubio
Re : Unguiculariopsis? on Eutypella prunastri, Denmark V.2019
Hi Thomas
It seems to be our Unguiculariopsis 'eutypicola'. A very common fungus at Somiedo that I also know from central Spain.
Thomas Læssøe, 13-05-2019 13:25
Re : Unguiculariopsis? on Eutypella prunastri, Denmark V.2019
fine :-). Do you have a link to some of your material?
thanks
Thomas
Thomas Læssøe, 13-05-2019 13:26
Re : Unguiculariopsis? on Eutypella prunastri, Denmark V.2019
googling did the trick :)-
Thomas Læssøe, 13-05-2019 13:28
Re : Unguiculariopsis? on Eutypella prunastri, Denmark V.2019
the apo seems bigger in your material and the hairs distictly hooked - not seen in this material....
Enrique Rubio, 13-05-2019 13:30
Enrique Rubio
Re : Unguiculariopsis? on Eutypella prunastri, Denmark V.2019
Does your material have hair-like paraphyses? Are the hairs not uncinate?
Thomas Læssøe, 13-05-2019 13:37
Re : Unguiculariopsis? on Eutypella prunastri, Denmark V.2019
parafyses are mostly straight and clavate at the tips and appl imbedded in gel - image four and five
Enrique Rubio, 13-05-2019 14:03
Enrique Rubio
Re : Unguiculariopsis? on Eutypella prunastri, Denmark V.2019
Then they don't seem to be the same thing. U. 'eutypicola' has a very prurinose hymennium due to the presence of such hair-like paraphyses.
Hans-Otto Baral, 14-05-2019 16:56
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Unguiculariopsis? on Eutypella prunastri, Denmark V.2019
Important is to see exactly the margin, how do the hairs like like?
Thomas Læssøe, 14-05-2019 16:59
Re : Unguiculariopsis? on Eutypella prunastri, Denmark V.2019
I could only observe the margin as shown in fig. 6 - no true hairs visibel (also not showing any macroscipically
Hans-Otto Baral, 14-05-2019 17:06
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Unguiculariopsis? on Eutypella prunastri, Denmark V.2019
Ah, now I understand, I was thinking that these pale orange apos bekong to an Orbilia, so they are the disco in question.

Then I have no idea. Perhaps of one these "Laetinaevias" on wood around Helotium uvidulum?

Thomas Læssøe, 14-05-2019 17:08
Re : Unguiculariopsis? on Eutypella prunastri, Denmark V.2019
:-) (tiny thing and on at least 20 stromata of the Eutypella)