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Small blackish-brown Asco on rooten wood
Perz Piotr, 27-04-2007 19:50
Hi,

this Asco I have seen when observing Orbilia luteorubella. Substrat is very rooten, wet wood, partitialy immersed in rivulets.

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Perz Piotr, 27-04-2007 19:50
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Perz Piotr, 27-04-2007 19:51
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Perz Piotr, 27-04-2007 19:53
Re:Small blackish-brown Asco on rooten wood
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IKI-
KOH-
Hairs thick walled, septate.

Sorry, no macro :( but hi-res Micros are here: http://www.mikologia.pl/rozne_pliki/20070415-005b%20202.jpg and here the second: http://www.mikologia.pl/rozne_pliki/20070415-005b%20201.jpg

Any idee?

Pimpek
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Jacques Fournier, 27-04-2007 20:19
Jacques Fournier
Re:Small blackish-brown Asco on rooten wood
Hi,
I think this is most likely a Capronia sp, ascospores dimensions would help but it is a poorly known genus.
Best wishes,
Jacques
Perz Piotr, 27-04-2007 20:34
Re:Small blackish-brown Asco on rooten wood
Spores 12-17um x 5,0-6,5um

Yes, spores-shape looks Capronia-like, you are right.

Pimpek
Guy Garcia, 27-04-2007 22:34
Re:Small blackish-brown Asco on rooten wood
Peut-être Capronia nigerrima ? Les périthèces ne seraient-ils pas sur vieux pyrénomycète et forment-ils un stroma ou sont-ils isolés ?
Guy Garcia
Perz Piotr, 27-04-2007 22:46
Re:Small blackish-brown Asco on rooten wood
Hi Guy,

Perithecies are isolated, on wood.

Pimpek
Christian Lechat, 27-04-2007 22:53
Christian Lechat
Re:Small blackish-brown Asco on rooten wood
How many spores in ascus?
Perz Piotr, 27-04-2007 22:58
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Guy Garcia, 27-04-2007 23:06
Re:Small blackish-brown Asco on rooten wood
Voir Capronia pilosella
Christian Lechat, 27-04-2007 23:10
Christian Lechat
Re:Small blackish-brown Asco on rooten wood
D'accord avec Guy
Perz Piotr, 27-04-2007 23:15
Re:Small blackish-brown Asco on rooten wood


Thanks !!

Pimpek
Perz Piotr, 21-05-2009 21:47
Re:Small blackish-brown Asco on rooten wood
Yesterday I was microscoping a small pseudothecium close to Mollisia sp., and I think it is C.pilosella.
In Ellis & Ellis is description: "short setae forming a compact ring around the ostiole and a few other scattered ober the surface" (p.29, fig. 107) and this is exactly my fungus:


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Perz Piotr, 21-05-2009 21:49
Re:Small blackish-brown Asco on rooten wood
a.8spored, sp. brown spores brown, 3-celled, 16-18,5 x 4,9-5,8 (a little too thick).


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Perz Piotr, 21-05-2009 21:50
Re:Small blackish-brown Asco on rooten wood
spores in IKI

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Perz Piotr, 21-05-2009 21:51
Re:Small blackish-brown Asco on rooten wood
but if C.pilosella has only short spores around the ostiole, so is my first fungus the same species ?

best wishes
Piotr
Perz Piotr, 21-05-2009 21:53
Re:Small blackish-brown Asco on rooten wood
please note, that the spores in my first fungus are MURIFORME (C.pilosella has 3-celled sp.)