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Podosordaria literature
Malcolm Greaves, 07-04-2020 11:03
Malcolm  GreavesHas anyone got a key to Pososordaria or information on P leporina?
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Björn Sothmann, 07-04-2020 11:09
Björn Sothmann
Re : Podosordaria literature
Hi Malcom,

there is an article by Krug and Cain "A preliminary treatment of the genus Podosordaria" in Canadian Journal of Botany, 1974, 52(3): 589-605 which you can access via Sci-Hub and which contains a key to Podosordaria.

Enrique Rubio, 07-04-2020 13:22
Enrique Rubio
Re : Podosordaria literature
Hi Malmcolm
I send you this paper by mail.
Malcolm Greaves, 07-04-2020 13:48
Malcolm  Greaves
Re : Podosordaria literature
Thanks both.
Michel RIMBAUD, 07-04-2020 15:59
Re : Podosordaria literature
Hi Enrique,
Can you send me the paper too ?
Thanks in advance.
Lothar Krieglsteiner, 07-04-2020 18:19
Lothar Krieglsteiner
Re : Podosordaria literature
I would also be interested. Best and thanks, Lothar
Norbert Heine, 07-04-2020 21:12
Norbert Heine
Re : Podosordaria literature
Hello Mal,

there are two short articles about Podosordaria leporina.

Maybe it will help you.

Malcolm Greaves, 09-04-2020 00:09
Malcolm  Greaves
Re : Podosordaria literature
Thanks Norbert
Mature spores now being produced and perfect shape and size for P leporina. Slit on the spores and blue reaction of the ascus tip are also present.
Thanks allMal
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Norbert Heine, 09-04-2020 12:15
Norbert Heine
Re : Podosordaria literature
What a great find, Mal! Congratulations!

I've never found this species until now and there are no findings for Germany. Can you tell something more? Where did you find Podospora leporina and on which substrate did the species grow?

Thank you, Norbert
Malcolm Greaves, 09-04-2020 15:49
Malcolm  Greaves
Re : Podosordaria literature
Hi Norbert
We were lucky enough to go to India on holiday just before the "lockdown" and I brought home a couple of samples of rabbit dung (one was a bit bigger so could have been goat). The Podosordaria was on the definite rabbit. The fruit bodies appeared relatively quickly and I was convinced they were going to be one of the granular Coprinus species so they were left to develop. I then noticed one or two black marks on the surface, again fooled into thinking they were the ejected spores of the Ascobolus or the like that were growing nearby. Eventually I realised they were taking on the true Poronia look but nothing showed up under the scope at that stage. It was Brian Douglas who suggested I look at this species and with his and the help of others on here I am sure (without DNA) that it is a correct id.
Norbert Heine, 10-04-2020 19:01
Norbert Heine
Re : Podosordaria literature
Thank you for this detailed answer, Mal. So it is a found from India and not from Europe. Good to know!