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Setose Perithecia
Charles Aron, 27-03-2024 22:53
Charles AronHi All,

Recently I came across these minute, setose brownish perithecia on dead stems of Hemerocalis (Day Lily). The Fbs are c0.1mm with well speced setae (60-110x7-25). The setae consist of bundles of thick-walled hyphae. Ascospores are hyaline and septate with four guttules, smooth or with a very slightly uneven outline (14-16x4-4.5). The ascus walls are very difficult to discern, especially in mature aci. Negative reaction in Melzer's.  

I'd be grateful for any information on this fascinating little fungus. 

Best regards, 

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Hardware Tony, 28-03-2024 13:47
Hardware Tony
Re : Setose Perithecia
Hi Charles,
Have you considered Helminthosphaeria? Maybe even H. triseptata as spores fit very well but not the setae. Good description at:

Seems like variable septa.
Others could be H. corticiorum.
regards  Tony
Charles Aron, 28-03-2024 15:44
Charles Aron
Re : Setose Perithecia
Hi Tony, 

Many thanks for your suggestion-Paul's website is a good resource! I think, however, that we are looking at a Nectria relative but what genus, I'm unsure. Amazing what you can find while gardening-I'm sure lots of mycologists agree!

Best wishes,