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Cejpia versus Coronellaria
Michel Hairaud, 25-07-2021 09:36
Michel HairaudBonjour, 
After a late discovery of a nice collection of Cejpia hystrix, I have just read the taxonomic demonstration which lead to the combination Cejpia hystrix (De Not.) Baral . (BARAL H.-O. 1994. Comments on "Outline of the ascomycetes - 1993". - Systema Ascomycetum 13: xx-xx. )
This text was concluded by ''Therefore, the best solution appears to  adopt the genus Cejpia for the single species B. hystrix and  to abandon the use of the ambiguously applied name Belonium. A thorough study of the Hysteropezizella-complex on living material is necessary to clarify the relation between Cejpia and Coronellaria.''

I wonder whether this relation has now been clarified ?
I can see in the Syllabus Ascomycota its placement in the Hysteropezizella lineage whithin the supra Mollisiaceae lineage . 

Amitiés
Michel


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Hans-Otto Baral, 25-07-2021 19:18
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Cejpia versus Coronellaria
Hi Michel

yeah, this is a wonderful species. I am unaware of molecular research on it, but what I see in GenBank is Hysteropezizella diminuens and (very new!) Cejpia hystrix. Coronellaria caricinella and H. subvelata are inofficial sequences. When at home tomorrow I will do an analysis on these four.

Greetings from Berlin where we visit Felix.

Zotto
Michel Hairaud, 25-07-2021 21:18
Michel Hairaud
Re : Cejpia versus Coronellaria
Merci Zotto !

I understand you are stopping your  holidays on purpose -:) 

Looking forward your results 

By the way, I suppose the species is more overlooked than actually rare 

Michel
Luc Bailly, 25-07-2021 23:36
Luc Bailly
Re : Cejpia versus Coronellaria
Bonjour à tous,

Trouvé en abondance le 22.07.2011 sur Phragmites dans la réserve naturelle des Pâtis à Le Mesnil sur Oger (Champagne).

Amitiés - LUC
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Hans-Otto Baral, 26-07-2021 17:25
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Cejpia versus Coronellaria
I never saw the species on other than Molinia, but there actually exist reports on Phramites and Typha.

Attached is a NJ tree which shows the state of knowledge. The three clay-coloured genera are not assocoated with strong support, so a molecular approach would not postulate a close relationship.
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Michel Hairaud, 27-07-2021 08:51
Michel Hairaud
Re : Cejpia versus Coronellaria
Many thanks, Zotto . 

Would you nevertherless confirm that the Hysteropezizella complex remains the best placement ? 
Michel