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Cistella on decomposing wood of Picea abies
Filip Filip Fuljer, 12-11-2020 10:08
Filip Filip FuljerHello everyone,

I found two days ago some Cistella species, which I can not exactly identificate.
Apothecium occurred in the decomposting, but still staying trunk of Picea abies in the northwestern part of Slovakia (National Reservation) in app. 950 m. altitude.
Ap. - up to 0,5 mm broad, slightly yellowish coloured (creamy), specimens which grew in shady parts of wood were more yellow.
Spores – ellipsoid, with thinner ends, (5.5-) 5.7 – 7.8 (-7.9) x (2-) 2.1 – 2.6 (2.7) µm
Asci – bb+ in Lugol r. (IKI+), cylindrical with hemisphaerical endings, 37.1 – 42.8 x 4.9 – 5.8 µm
Paraphyses – cylindrical, septated. the same broad along the entire length, 35 x 1.8 – 2.4 µm
Hairs – finely warted on the tips, unbranched, tips are slightly inflated, broadness – 3.5 – 4.2 µm

I will be very greatful for any suggestions...

A lot thanks,
Filip
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Hans-Otto Baral, 12-11-2020 10:28
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Cistella on decomposing wood of Picea abies
This reminds me of Cistella improvisa, the pale yellow contents in the paraphyses and hairs which are slightly lanceolate, and the coniferous substrate are characteristic.
Filip Filip Fuljer, 12-11-2020 10:38
Filip Filip Fuljer
Re : Cistella on decomposing wood of Picea abies
A lot thanks Zotto :)
Kosonen Timo, 12-11-2020 10:43
Kosonen Timo
Re : Cistella on decomposing wood of Picea abies
Hi,

I have some collections of Cistella (cf.) improvisa from Finland. I'd be interested in sequencing this sample if possible?

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Timo
Filip Filip Fuljer, 12-11-2020 11:30
Filip Filip Fuljer
Re : Cistella on decomposing wood of Picea abies
Hello,

I can send you this collection, please let me know your address.

Thank you :)