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17-10-2019 17:04

Gilbert MOYNE

Bonjour, Une récolte de mardo 15/10/2019, Réser

18-10-2019 12:41

Alan Braddock Alan Braddock

Is there a definitive article on the net concernin

17-10-2019 17:24

Gilbert MOYNE

Bonjour, Deuxième récolte de mardi 15/10/2019 q

17-10-2019 18:55

Angel Pintos Angel Pintos

Anybody has the present article?Hughes, S.J. (1953

17-10-2019 18:54

Angel Pintos Angel Pintos

Anybody has the present article?Hughes, S.J. (1953

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Alessio Pierotti Alessio Pierotti

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15-10-2019 21:47

Stephen Mifsud Stephen Mifsud

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16-10-2019 00:36

BERNARD CLESSE BERNARD CLESSE

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14-10-2019 20:00

Michael Haldeman

This collection is from bark at the base of a dead

15-10-2019 05:23

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Spiny anamorph
Nicolas VAN VOOREN, 16-09-2019 19:56
Nicolas VAN VOORENHere is a asexual stage of a pyrenomycete, collected on decorticated branch (hardwood), in a subalpine forest. The perithecia are very spiny.
Conidia measure 22-27 x 1-1.2 µm, with small lipid bodies.
Any idea?
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Martin Bemmann, 17-09-2019 20:32
Martin Bemmann
Re : Spiny anamorph
Hi Nicolas,

the pycnidia are collapsed. Did you try to rehydrate them?

regards

Martin
Nicolas VAN VOOREN, 17-09-2019 20:35
Nicolas VAN VOOREN
Re : Spiny anamorph
Yes, I did. They become spherical and looks like "sea ??urchin".
The microphotograph was made on rehydrated material.
Martin Bemmann, 17-09-2019 20:48
Martin Bemmann
Re : Spiny anamorph
my idea was, they could open like Pseudolachnea, obviously not. Conidia have no setulae/appendages? Seemingly not by your micrograph, but you never know... ;-)

Martin