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Simon Kennedy

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small black asco on Salix caprea
Lothar Krieglsteiner, 18-01-2019 18:10
Lothar Krieglsteiner

... near Spraitbach (Baden-Wuerttemberg n. Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany, Schwäbisch-Fränkischer Wald, about 500 m NN), on a thin (2 cm) twig of Salix caprea in the air (above 2 m above ground), on a decorticated area - very small black pieces. We (my wife Katharina examined the small collection - the drawing and the macrofoto were made by her) think it should be something bitunicate, perhaps a Capronia (???) - because the ascomata bear small black setae. The other, longer hyphae on the excipulum should be something like "aerial hyphae" (?). The spores were quite variable in size and in form, too.


Does somebody have a hint for us?


Best regards, Lothar

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Per Vetlesen, 20-01-2019 12:34
Re : small black asco on Salix caprea
Hi Lothar
Could it be Capronia pilosella or something close to that one?
All the best
Per
Lothar Krieglsteiner, 20-01-2019 13:59
Lothar Krieglsteiner
Re : small black asco on Salix caprea

Hello Per,


thank you very much for your proposal. I just looked up C. pilosella and also looked into the key of Gernot Friebes on Capronia. The result is C. pilosella there, and the spores look very similar - but mine are some µm too large, I fear ...


I think I will call my fungus C. aff. pilosella


Best regards, Lothar