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Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

Me mandan el material seco, solo un ejemplar   en

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Hola, He encontrado estos pseudotecios en una ram

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Malcolm  Greaves Malcolm Greaves

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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.


Michel.

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 Pilze-Deutschland.de.

May you tell something about spore size and substrat?

Norbert
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?

Cheers,
Andy
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.