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maurice pelissier maurice pelissier

Bonjour trouvé dans les Hautes Pyrénées sur un

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Björn Nordén

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Khomenko Igor Khomenko Igor

Hi, this fall around Ottawa, ON, Canada I found a

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François Bartholomeeusen

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Joop van der Lee Joop van der Lee

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Bometon Javier Bometon Javier

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Chris Yeates Chris Yeates

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asco on Andreaea rupestris
Robin Isaksson, 24-10-2021 21:50
Robin IsakssonHi,

Found on Andreaea rupestris sweden.

ascomata blackish but greenish under micro.

spores  25-29 x 6-6,5  with rejections on both ends. some 3 septate? but mostly noneseptate


no blue reaction on ascustip in lugols
ascus 50-57 x 17-20 um 


anyone knows it or genus?

best regards
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Georges Greiff, 06-11-2021 10:54
Re : asco on Andreaea rupestris
Very interesting as bryophilous fungi are very rarely reported on Andreaea species. This reminds me of Myxophora due to spore shape and appendages, but I have not seen anything with those types of spores on bryophytes.


The main thing that comes to mind was a collection of a lichenicolous Myxophora a few years ago with similar spore shape and appendages. There is one Myxophora known from dead bryophytes, M. amerospora, but your collection looks different as the spores are longer + has appendages.

Regards,
George