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01-03-2024 18:06

Marc Detollenaere Marc Detollenaere

Dear Forum,On unidentified moss I found some small

01-03-2024 23:06

éric ROMERO éric ROMERO

Bonjour, Sur laissée de mustélidé indeterminé

02-03-2024 12:37

Bernard Declercq Bernard Declercq

Hello,I am looking for a pdf of following paper:Ud

29-02-2024 10:42

Charles Grapinet Charles Grapinet

Hello, Yesterday I found a Periconia on a dead Ae

22-10-2019 00:02

Yannick Mourgues Yannick Mourgues

On Fagus decorticated wood near a stream. Diametr

29-02-2024 16:43

Malcolm  Greaves Malcolm Greaves

Can someone suggest what this might be. It is deve

25-02-2024 19:50

Robin Isaksson Robin Isaksson

Found this one 3-4 times on resin in SwedenAsci IK

24-02-2024 15:15

Louis DENY

Bonjout ForumTrouvé à Belfort (400m altitude), s

27-02-2024 12:55

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

me mandan el material seco de Galicia España reco

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Julella sp?
Jason Karakehian, 14-11-2023 21:35
Jason KarakehianHi, Ascofrance community. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated. I think that this is a species of Julella? Collected on Salvia leucophylla (Atudibertia nivea), California, USA in 1939. I've also encountered this before from the east coast of the US from Massachusetts. The macrophotos of the specimen are from hydrated material. Asci are iodine negative in 10%KOH > h2o rinse > IKI. It appears to be a perithecium(?) immersed in the wood, with a highly pigmented covering layer composed of woody tissue and hyphae. The ascomata dehisce by an irregular tear in the covering layer, but the perithecium dehisces via a pore. There is usually one perithecium per ascoma, sometimes 2-3, but these are never confluent. The top of the the perithecium and the top of the covering layer are attached, but in hydrated material the covering layer can be easily removed with a probe and the perithecium teased out. The perithecium wall is composed of elongated cells like textura oblita. No algae were observed around the ascomata, and they usually arise within somewhat bleached wood.
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