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Menno Boomsluiter

I was wondering, if any, what the status of Xylari

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X. rhopaloides
Menno Boomsluiter, 01-03-2021 17:01
I was wondering, if any, what the status of Xylaria rhopaloides is in Europe.

It is not present in the key by mr. Fournier. Maybe he can shed light on it.

The species is present in the book of Bertault.

Greetings,

Menno
Jacques Fournier, 01-03-2021 20:23
Jacques Fournier
Re : X. rhopaloides
Hi Menno,

if I were you, I would forget about Bertault and his crappy species concepts.

X. rhopaloides is an ill-defined an dubious tropical or subtropical species, variously interpreted, referred to X. curta by Dennis, to X. castorea by Ju & Rogers.

However, if you found something in your region recalling X. rhopaloides sensu Bertault, please show it on the forum, with details on surface anatomy and ascospore morphology.

Cheers,

Jacques