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23-04-2024 15:18

Lothar Krieglsteiner Lothar Krieglsteiner

... but likely a basidiomycete. I hope it is o.k.

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Hello all, A friend recently found this orange as

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Rafael Cabral

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Miguel Ãngel Ribes Miguel Ángel Ribes

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B Shelbourne B Shelbourne

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B Shelbourne B Shelbourne

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Fragosphaeria - Cephalotheca? on rotton wood Denmark
Karen Poulsen, 11-02-2024 16:28
Hi

Under thick bark on just felled 90-year-old, stunted Poplar tree - thoroughly rotten I found these small, sulphur-yellow, long-haired balls in flocks. Loosely seated. The peridium, which mostly consists of square cells, is in micro broken into sharp-edged pieces. Asci 8-spored, +/- globose, 7.5-10 µm diam. With spores, the asci wall is almost invisible (in water). Spores mostly pale yellow, oval. In some asci, one side of the spore is clearly concave. Spores approx. 3 x 2 µm. Could it be Fragosphaeria?

Kind Regards,

Karen
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Michel RIMBAUD, 11-02-2024 18:40
Re : Fragosphaeria?
Bonjour Keren,
J'ai recherché par curiosité Lasiosphaeria sulphurella dans les différentes clés dont je dispose pour les Lasiospheria, et je ne l'ai trouvé dans aucune d'elles.
Je pense donc que mes clés ne sont pas au top.
Pouvez-vous me passer celle que ous utilisez, qui mentionne L.sulphurella ?
Merci d'avance.
michrimbaud@.com

Karen Poulsen, 13-02-2024 11:09
Re : Fragosphaeria - Cephalotheca? on rotton wood Denmark
Hi Michel

Sorry, I haven't been able to find any key.

Karen
David Malloch, 13-02-2024 18:22
David Malloch
Re : Fragosphaeria - Cephalotheca? on rotton wood Denmark
This seems a good fit for Cephalotheca sulfurea. Very nice photos!
Karen Poulsen, 15-02-2024 12:06
Re : Fragosphaeria - Cephalotheca? on rotton wood Denmark
Thank you very much, David!
Karen Poulsen, 15-02-2024 23:17
Re : Fragosphaeria - Cephalotheca? on rotton wood Denmark
I have seen collection assumed to be Cephalotheca sulfurea with completely straight hairs and larger spores. Opposite this with spiral hairs. Can you possibly refer to key?

Kind regards,
Karen
David Malloch, 19-02-2024 15:57
David Malloch
Re : Fragosphaeria - Cephalotheca? on rotton wood Denmark
The type collection was studied by Chesters (TBMS 19:261-279. 1935) along with a culture made from fresh material. He stated that, "The whole perithecium is covered at this stage by a mass of interwoven, flexuose, thick-walled and sulphur-coloured hyphae.." He gave measurements from three collections at 4-6 x 2.5-4 µm, maybe slightly larger than yours, but such small objects are hard to measure precisely.

Yours seems to differ from Chester's material in having more spiralled and roughened hairs. Maybe it's another species. There is a culture from Chester's isolate at the Westerjijk Institute, so it would be possible to compare yours with that one using DNA.

The two pictures here are of C. sulfurea from Chester's paper. They are small and not very clear, but perhaps they could be useful.
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Karen Poulsen, 19-02-2024 16:43
Re : Fragosphaeria - Cephalotheca? on rotton wood Denmark
Thank you very much for great help!

Karen P.