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Hyaloscypha albohyalina?
Ethan Crenson, 17-01-2020 23:49
Hello again,

I found this in a NYC park on very wet, rotted hardwood.  I believe it's Hyaloscypha.  The cups tiny white, glassy and very fragile and fringed with white hairs. Asci are 38-45 x 7µm, IKI+, without croziers (but again, please check my photos to be sure, as I am sometimes wrong).  Spores are 7-9 x 2.5-3, fusiform, hyaline, some with minute guttules. Hairs usually septate, tapering to a rounded end, or with a ball at the end, also sometimes with some exudate encrustations toward the apex, 46-50 x 3-4 (at the base) µm.  Paraphyses cylindric, narrow the tips about 2µm.  I don't know a lot about this genus, so any help would be appreciated.

Thank you,

Ethan
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Hans-Otto Baral, 18-01-2020 06:40
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Hyaloscypha albohyalina?
Hi Ethan

couldn't this be softwood? The rather broad hair tips and the yellow resin on them, together with croziers and amyloid ring clearly point Hyaloscypha aureliella.

Zotto
Ethan Crenson, 18-01-2020 15:34
Re : Hyaloscypha albohyalina?
Zotto,

There are so few conifers in New York that my default position is often hardwood.  In this case I suppose this may be conifer.  When you mention yellow resin, are you looking at the photos of the hairs in water or the one I took in IKI?  The mounts in water are a lot more neutral looking, but maybe you see something that I don't.

Thanks,

Ethan
Hans-Otto Baral, 18-01-2020 15:37
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Hyaloscypha albohyalina?
You are right, it is the IKI photo that mislead me - anyhow the resin of H. aureliella may also be hyaline, I think it is this species. Conifer wood is easily recognized from a look on the cross section.