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Literature, a hopeful repost of a request.
Simon Kennedy, 31-03-2020 14:49
I am struggling with the original German text, and I would be delighted if someone could provide a copy of:

Keys to the genera of amerospored and didymospored pyrenomycetes / from J. A. von Arx & E. Mu?ller; translated into English by G. B. Butterfill.
Chris Yeates, 31-03-2020 15:02
Chris Yeates
Re : Literature, a hopeful repost of a request.
Here it is

Simon Kennedy, 31-03-2020 16:17
Re : Literature, a hopeful repost of a request.
Many thanks, Chris,

I do not have any excuse now. For three weeks, I have been torturing a pale brown,long-necked  aseptate, hyaline spored pyreno on Lonicera and I have got nowhere with it.   I will now see if I can get somewhere using Butterfill's keys.  Unfortunately,  I think I must be overlooking the blindingly obvious, so I am hoping I will see it, if I approach from a different key/route. Failing that I will be making the effort and posting some images here!
Eduard Osieck, 01-04-2020 17:56
Re : Literature, a hopeful repost of a request.
Hi Simon

Identificaton of many pyrenomycetes is often difficult because the literature is scattered, many species are not covered by a recent revision and many new species haven been described in recent years.

You could try the key in the following paper that includes a selection of long-necked species ("morphologically similar wood-inhabiting fungi classified in the Sordariomycetidae") that can be encountered in Europe:

Réblová, M. (2013) Two taxonomic novelties in the Sordariomycetidae: Ceratolenta caudata gen. et sp. nov. and Platytrachelon abietis gen. et comb. nov. for Ceratosphaeria abietis. Mycologia 105: 462-475.

Ceratolenta caudata is one of those new species which have also been found in the Netherlands.

Cheers Eduard