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Villalonga Paco

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

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Béatrice Senn-Irlet

alll issues of Mycologia Helvetica (1983-2000) are

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Very small fruiting bodies on affected leaves. Fou

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Gernot Friebes

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Danny Newman Danny Newman

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Rajamaki Martti

Hi!I watched today Geoglossum species in Botanical

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Rajamaki Martti

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Incrucipulum virtemberge?
Louis DENY, 06-09-2020 18:48
Bosoir à tous,

trouvé aujourd'hui au ballon d'Alsace (alt 1100m), sur feuille de Vaccinium uliginosum dans une tourbière:
apo 0.5 mm blanc (pas de photo macro), poils lisses séptés l=200µ avec cristal à l'apex, spores 12-14 X 3-4 multi guttulées, asques 65µ spores bisériées, paraphyses pointues.

Je pense qu'il s'agit d'Incrucipulum virtemberge, mais j'aimerais uns confirmation.

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Hans-Otto Baral, 06-09-2020 21:15
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Re : Incrucipulum virtemberge?
Bonsoir Luis

sure it is! The hairs are finely warted, you can see it, and they have a thicker wall than I. ciliare.

Did you test IKI? The reaction should be RR (pure red), unlike I. ciliare.