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Phragmocephala elliptica ?
Thorben Hülsewig, 02-04-2016 22:02
Hi there,
yesterday i found on a rotten wood (fagus), this fungus.
Can it be that there is Phragmocephala elliptica ?

best regards,
Thorben
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Joey JTan, 03-04-2016 00:52
Re : Phragmocephala elliptica ?
It's difficult to count the number of septa in the mature conidia and I'm not sure about the dimensions, but it sure looks like P. elliptica.
Chris Yeates, 03-04-2016 15:10
Chris Yeates
Re : Phragmocephala elliptica ?
A key character compared with the rather similar Phragmocephala atra is that the conidiophore cluster is joined only from close to the base. I agree with Joey - see also:
http://www.ascofrance.com/search_recolte/3602
best wishes
Chris
Thorben Hülsewig, 03-04-2016 19:14
Re : Phragmocephala elliptica ?
Thank you for the confirmation.

best regards,
Thorben