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Odontotrema cf., index 20061126-002-PERZ
Perz Piotr, 28-11-2006 00:48

I found this species on inner side of Picea abies bark, c.a. 830m above sea level. Probably all spores are immature, but some does have septas. I know, can be imposible to get this species name, but may be it is possible to get genus ?

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Perz Piotr, 28-11-2006 00:50
Re:Odontotrema cf., index 20061126-002-PERZ
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Hans-Otto Baral, 29-11-2006 21:48
Hans-Otto Baral
Re:Odontotrema cf., index 20061126-002-PERZ
Hi Piotr

I don´t believe this is an Odontotrema because Odontotrema has hemiamyloid asci. I tried to compare it with Pragmopora, a genus near Durella or Patellaria, see my folder Durelloideae on DVD. But in Pragmopora there is extracellular oil between the paraphyses just as in Patellaria. This I don´t see on your images. Also the cortex of the excipulum looks very strange. Surely this is a xerotolerant fungus, considering the absence of an amyloid ring. No idea!