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25-02-2020 14:33

Mirek Gryc

HiSeveral creamy sporocarps quite small. Maximum d

25-02-2020 20:07

Thorben Hülsewig

Hi there, i found this asco on heracleum giganteu

25-02-2020 21:42

Josep Torres Josep Torres

Hola.Ejemplares fotografiados el pasado domingo br

26-02-2020 12:46

Enrique Rubio Enrique Rubio

Hi to everybodyMinute superficial setose roundish

26-02-2020 10:46

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

me envian material seco de esta especimen recolect

25-02-2020 16:24

Riet van Oosten Riet van Oosten

Hello, Found by Laurens van der Linde, Febr. 2020

23-02-2020 11:15

William Slosse William Slosse

Hello Forum, on 14/02/20 I again collected a coll

25-02-2020 13:36

Peter Püwert Peter Püwert

Hi all,for Germany I find no proof, but my determi

24-02-2020 20:05

Mirek Gryc

HiUnfortunately, but my knowledge is too scanty ab

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Sven Heinz Sven Heinz

Hello, this fungus grows on roe deer dung. Some i

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Trichophaea sp.
Bartusek Martin, 12-02-2013 20:11
Bartusek MartinHello,
I need advice. Microscopy today I Trichophaea sp. and I can not draw a conclusion. Found in July 2012 in the wet rotting stump, apparently Salix sp., or Betula sp .. Apothecia size up to 5 mm. Preparation done in Melzer´s reagent. Asco non-amyloid, spores broadly elliptical, 16-18 × 10.5-13.5 µm, Q-1, 4 . Hairs up to 200 µm long, planted on the surface excipula. I thought that it was a kind of Trichophaea salicina, but I have no information about it in terms of microscopy. Thanks for any ideas. Martin.
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Peter Welt, 12-02-2013 22:19
Peter Welt
Re : Trichophaea sp.

Hi Martin,

This should Trichophaea livida (Schumach.) Boud. be, even if the spores are very broad. The ornament fits very well. T. salicina is to Bronckers one nomen dubium.

Bartusek Martin, 12-02-2013 22:40
Bartusek Martin
Re : Trichophaea sp.
Thank you very much Peter.