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Nectriaceae on Ulex europaeus
Peter Thompson, 16-02-2020 16:48
Hello Everyone,

I have found some pale yellowish red (young) and shiny red (mature) fruit bodies from the Nectriaceae. They are growing gregariously on the effete stromata and empty pits of an ascomycete, possibly Stylodothis puccinioides, on a thin, burnt branch of Ulex europaeus.

The asci are completely filled with allantoid ascoconidia, typically 4 x 1 um, so this is possibly a species of Thyronectria.

I have attached a photo of groups of the perithecia, along with micro photos of asci, asco conidia and excipulum.

I wonder if anyone is aware of a species which would grow on this host combination?

Thank You,
With Best Wishes,
Peter.
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Alain GARDIENNET, 18-02-2020 08:44
Alain GARDIENNET
Re : Nectriaceae on Ulex europaeus

Hi Peter,


Perhaps you think right. You should wait for one month or two, and then look at it again. Perhaps that it could be an interesting fungus, somewhere clode to Thyronectria species.


Best wishes,


Alain