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Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

Me mandan el material seco, solo un ejemplar   en

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Iosif Sandor Iosif Sandor

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31-03-2020 23:57

Garcia Susana

Hola, He encontrado estos pseudotecios en una ram

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Josep Torres Josep Torres

Hola.Un parásito para identificar sobre Xanthoria

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Savic Dragisa

HI, I found again something unusual and unknown to

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Malcolm  Greaves Malcolm Greaves

How many Podospora are there with four spores per

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Garcia Susana

Hola, He encontrado estos ascomas sobre una peque

25-02-2020 05:19

Ethan Crenson

Hello all, I was in California and found this sm

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Ethan Crenson

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Simon Kennedy

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Schizothecium vratislaviense ?
Peter Püwert, 25-02-2020 13:36
Peter PüwertHi all,
for Germany I find no proof, but my determination should be correct, right?
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Michel Delpont, 25-02-2020 14:16
Michel Delpont
Re : Schizothecium vratislaviense ?
Hello Peter!

Nice find, infrequent anyway. I think there is no doubt about this species, which is fairly characteristic by the shape of the spores and the hairs (some agglutinated) distributed over the walls.


Norbert Heine, 25-02-2020 16:30
Norbert Heine
Re : Schizothecium vratislaviense ?
Congratulations, Peter!

I've never seen this species before and I think that Schizothecium vratislaviense should be new for Germany because there's no find in

May you tell something about spore size and substrat?

Andrew N. Miller, 25-02-2020 16:44
Andrew N. Miller
Re : Schizothecium vratislaviense ?
Very cool find!  Any chance I could get a piece for our fungarium?

Peter Püwert, 25-02-2020 21:21
Peter Püwert
Re : Schizothecium vratislaviense ?
Hi all,

the fungi suggest something very special macroscopically, they have a brownish tone as opposed to the usual species. This is also true of schizothecium nanum.

Norbert: The data are in the first picture, the substrate was Orytogalus cuniculus (wild).

Andrew: Unfortunately, I don't have enough material.

Greetings Peter.