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On Horse dung
Elsa Sousa, 08-02-2019 00:10
Good evening,

Woul you please help me with this?

Spores lemoniform ± 24.2 x 17.1 measured withou the appendage (one app.)

On horse dung.
Thank you.

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Peter Püwert, 08-02-2019 13:46
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Re : On Horse dung
Hi Elsa,

the photos are not suitable to determine a species. However, I suppose a Schizothecium, conicum perhaps. To the nearer determination the "hairs" on the neck and the outside of the perithecium must be also examined.

Greetings Peter.
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Norbert Heine, 08-02-2019 22:17
Norbert Heine
Re : On Horse dung
Hello Elsa,

I don't believe in Schizothecium conicum.

For that, the spores are too short and too broad.

Maybe Schizothecium miniglutinans or squamulosum.

I prever the first one.

But, like Peter said, we need more informations (hairs, pedicel etc.) for determination.

Regards, Norbert