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Simple Hyphomycetes on stalk of herbaceous plant
Stephen Mifsud, 30-03-2020 21:50
Stephen MifsudConidiophore simple, unbranched with one septum forming a subglobose head at the apex with 4 curved phialides around each giving rise to one condidium. Conidia linear-oblong with two distinct oil bodies at each poles, sometimes wth 3 or 4 bodies. The host was Oxalis pes-caprae and I think I had them also on a small Sonchus growing in the same locus.
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Stephen Mifsud, 04-04-2020 06:07
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Re : Simple Hyphomycetes on dead stalk of an herbaceous plant
I am posting another image maybe it helps  I can't find anything matching on my books despite being a simple organism:  simple bulging foot cell, one straight conidiophore (1-2 septate, maybe more? ) punctate towards the apex ending with a swolled head, surmounted by four (maybe more) curved clavate-ovoid phialides, each producing one elongated conidia with 2 oil bodies, c 13-15um long

Its is like a simple single-branch of Stachybotrys

Example image 

Does Stachybotrys cylindrospora make sense ?

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Stephen Mifsud, 04-04-2020 06:37
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Re : Simple Hyphomycetes on stalk of herbaceous plant
and this is relevant too: Stachybotrys eucylindrospora, sp nov resulting from a re-examination of Stachybotrys cylindrospora