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Smardaea ?
Mirek Gryc, 29-06-2022 08:43
Hello everyone

Because the mushroom seems to be very interesting, let me post a link to the Polish forum;
https://www.bio-forum.pl/messages/33/1348496.html
Ectal excipulum texture seems very interesting and characteristic, I have never seen one?
We can't find a name for this species so I am asking for help.
Regards
Mirek

Viktorie Halasu, 29-06-2022 09:02
Viktorie Halasu
Re : Smardaea ?
Hi Mirek,
I think the last photos in IKI show amyloid asci (type W or WT). A Peziza (sensu lato)? 
Viktorie
Mirek Gryc, 29-06-2022 09:27
Re : Smardaea ?
Hi Viktorie
I took into account Peziza but I don't know any Peziza with such a texture, so I decided on Smardaea.
The blue reaction only occurred after using the sample in KOH.
When using Iki himself, a colleague was unable to assess amyloidality.
The spores, though a little too narrow, fit the best with P. retrocurvatoides or P. brunneoatra. However, the other features are different.
Thank you and best regards
Mirek
Nicolas VAN VOOREN, 30-06-2022 16:12
Nicolas VAN VOOREN
Re : Smardaea ?
As pointed by Viktorie, I would suggest a Pezizaceae species, maybe a member of Phylloscypha but the specimen is in poor condition to evaluate its original colour.
Mirek Gryc, 30-06-2022 19:16
Re : Smardaea ?
Hi Nicolas
Thank you for your comments and determining the direction where we are to look for answers.
A moment ago I talked to a friend and we came to a similar conclusion. For the sake of a bad state of ascomata, we have to wait until the next year, maybe they will appear again?
Regards
Mirek