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Wendy Untereiner

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L. pulverulenta on cone?
Juuso Äikäs, 14-09-2021 19:01
I found some small Lachnum-like fungi a couple days ago, growing on a fallen cone of Pinus sylvestris.

Unfortunately these are still immature, so there were no free, mature spores to be found. Asci IKI+(bb), with croziers; hairs with resinous drops.

The microscopy reminds me of Lachnellula/Dasyscyphella pulverulenta. I've found that species last spring, growing on Pinus needles.

So, does this species grow also on cones, or is this something else?
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Hans-Otto Baral, 14-09-2021 20:47
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Re : L. pulverulenta on cone?
It much looks like that species. Jaap 1922 reports it on pine bark. Other literature lists apparently always pine needles.