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19-04-2021 08:49

Camille Mertens

Hi everyboby.Doe's somebody could provide some art

18-04-2021 18:39

Louis DENY

Bonsoir forumA Belfort (Sud des Vosges), sur bois

08-04-2021 07:37

Laurent LENEL Laurent LENEL

Bonjour à tous, voici ce je penserai être Peziza

17-04-2021 15:01

Khomenko Igor Khomenko Igor

Hi, I'm having trouble identifying this hairy disc

17-04-2021 19:34

Juuso Äikäs

This Thursday I found some tiny discos growing on

18-04-2021 11:49

Bruno Coué

Bonjour,Rien trouvé de satisfaisant après recher

16-04-2021 08:53

Pierre-Yves Julien

Bonjour à tous, 1er post pour moi sur ce forum.R

17-04-2021 13:41

Angel Pintos Angel Pintos

Hello everybody,Anyone on the forum is from Götti

16-04-2021 22:02

Bo Valeur Bo Valeur

Hi thereThis Nice Lachnum was found on a dead bran

17-04-2021 11:45

Karl Soler Kinnerbäck Karl Soler Kinnerbäck

Hi!Could this be a Nigrograna? I first thought it

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Mirek Gryc, 31-10-2020 09:17

Hello all
A friend sent me this collection, we suspect it was Bombardia. If so, I have absolutely no experience with this type, nor any literature on it. Therefore, I am asking for help and hints whether it is possible to define the species and on the basis of what features.
I have quite a lot of material so I can add photos at any time. For now, I am posting what I have observed.
best regards
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Eduard Osieck, 31-10-2020 11:11
Re : Bombardia?
Yes this looks very much like the striking species Bombardia bombarda if the perithecia are large (1-2 mm high) and mature spores are two-celled: dark head cell and an hyaline cylindric cell with long appendages. See for references.
Mirek Gryc, 31-10-2020 11:24
Re : Bombardia?
Hi Eduard
Thank you very much for the genre hints and suggestion.
Now I'm at work but in the evening I will try to check the details you mention.
I have not seen the dark head on the spores but it seems to me that my apohecia is not yet mature enough. I will check some other apothecia taken from another part of the substrate.
Long appendages are definitely present because I saw them clearly, unfortunately I did not include this detail in the pictures.
best regards
Andrew N. Miller, 31-10-2020 13:31
Andrew N. Miller
Re : Bombardia?
You only need to see the ascomal wall with the gelatinous wall layer to know this is Bombardia.  No spores required.