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15-09-2019 01:46

Valencia Lopez Francisco Javier

Hola a tod@sAdjunto fotos de unas Tricharinas sp,

13-09-2019 07:32

Josep Torres Josep Torres

Hola.Hongo fotografiado anteayer sobre unas agalla

16-09-2019 19:56

Nicolas VAN VOOREN Nicolas VAN VOOREN

Here is a asexual stage of a pyrenomycete, collect

17-09-2019 17:53

Jean-Claude Malaval Jean-Claude Malaval

Bonsoir,Espèce de l'île de La RéunionAscomes 1-

16-09-2019 19:59

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

Para confirmar IDDel pasado sabado sobre madera mu

16-09-2019 19:56

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

Para confirmar IDDel pasado sabado sobre madera po

16-09-2019 21:28

Enrique Rubio Enrique Rubio

This Otidea grew at 1000 m in a forest with Corylu

14-09-2019 18:16

Edvin Johannesen Edvin Johannesen

Rather large apothecia (up to 12 mm) on dead wood,

15-09-2019 09:11

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

De ayer en bosque de  hayas y abetos,   posible

14-09-2019 21:53

Maria Plekkenpol

Holland, 07-09-2019. In riverclay area on soil (ol

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Unknown pyrenomycete
Joop van der Lee, 11-12-2015 15:56

Found on cow dung.


Fruitbody ball shaped, diameter 155-166 um, at maturity it will develope a cap.
It contains spore clusters of 8 spores each.
Spores: 5.3-5.45x2.4-2.6 um

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Michel Delpont, 11-12-2015 18:33
Michel Delpont
Re : Unknown pyrenomycete
It does not distinguish well, but can you be seeking to Kernia? Have you seen hair?

Michel.
Joop van der Lee, 11-12-2015 18:44
Re : Unknown pyrenomycete
No hairs observed Michel
David Malloch, 12-12-2015 16:12
David Malloch
Re : Unknown pyrenomycete
Hi Joop..

That looks like it might be Mycoarachis inversa.  It seems to be most common in dry regions, which hardly describes The Netherlands.   However, the similar species Nigrosabulum globosum is also characteristic of dung in dry regions yet was common on my collections of horse dung from Sable Island, Canada and Shackleford Bank, USA, both sand dune areas in very humid climates.

The attached paper, although old and out of date,  may be some help.

Dave
Joop van der Lee, 12-12-2015 18:38
Re : Unknown pyrenomycete

Thank you very much for the information David.


 


Joop