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Diaporthales of dung
Peter Welt, 03-04-2009 16:49
Peter WeltHow a fungus that? We think Gnomoniella, but it fits no species. The spores have the dimensions of 18,5-23 x 3-4 µm. Gnomoniella euphorbiae - verrucosae Monod has similar spores, but are much wider (20-22,5 x 5,3-6 µm). Also fit the data on the habitat is not (Euphorbia verrucosa). This plant is not for us. I have this fungus on dung of roe deer found.

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David Malloch, 04-04-2009 16:50
David Malloch
Re:Diaporthales of dung
Hello Peter,

How about the Lasiosphaeriaceae? These are common on dung. Sabine Huhndorf's web page at

discusses a number of genera that might be worth considering.

Peter Welt, 04-04-2009 19:27
Peter Welt
Re:Diaporthales of dung
Thanks Dave for your reply.

I know many genres to dung because I along with Norbert Heine coprophilous fungi edit and publish. Also your work along with Cain, I know.

But I think that the form of the fungus (long neck) and the construction of the asci (apical ring) for more Diaporthales speaks. I already had a suspect in the genus, Conioscyphascus (Studies in Mycology 50:95-108), but there are paraphyses there, which I found in my could not be ascertained. In addition, the spores are septate.

At what a genus because they have thought it?