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Peter Welt Peter Welt

Who can help? Arx, J.A. von. 1973. Ostiolate and

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Hans-Otto Baral Hans-Otto Baral

I have a question about the scaling of illustratio

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Peter Welt Peter Welt

Who can help? Malloch, D.; Hubart, J.-M. 1987. An

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Viktorie Halasu Viktorie Halasu

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can Actinoscypha muelleri be confirmed?
Lothar Krieglsteiner, 04-06-2024 17:29
Lothar Krieglsteinerfound yesterday on Carex flacca, Schwäbische Alb, Southern Germany. The spores are about (20)-22-27 (28)/5-6 (6,5) µm large and full of small guttules, and they are mostly one-celled, but some older and dead spores could be observed three-septate. The asci are iodine-positive (euamyloid, blue) and with a porus of Calycina-type, and with croziers at the base. The excipulum is of textura angularis (ca.), the marginal and lateral hairs as well as the paraphyses contain yellow vacuolar bodies.
I first thought of a Calycellina, but in Ellis & Ellis I found Actinoscypha fitting quite well. In a contribution in ascofrance I read that Pseudonaevia caricina is likely a synonym.
Who can confirm my suggestrion?
Yours, Lothar
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Hans-Otto Baral, 04-06-2024 18:17
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Re : can Actinoscypha muelleri be confirmed?
Great collection! W. Beyer made a drawing of a fresh find with yellow VBs in hooked paraphses, just as in yours. I have the species in my folders Pezizellaceae, Micropeziza, caricina. Maybe wrongly so, who knows. Yes, Pseudonaevia caricina coud be the same (but would be a younger synonym).
Lothar Krieglsteiner, 04-06-2024 18:19
Lothar Krieglsteiner
Re : can Actinoscypha muelleri be confirmed?
Hello Zotto,
thank you very much for confirmation and comments!
Best regards, Lothar