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Sterile Geoglossum or only juvenile ?
Rajamaki Martti, 24-11-2023 19:48

I watched today Geoglossum species in Botanical Garden of Helsinki. There were one Geoglossum without ascis and spores ? There were really big spores which were about twenty micrometers, but I do not which they are? Is this how typical for Geoglossaceae to be juvenile I mean without ascis and ascopores? I do not know about life stage of Geoglossaceae almost anything ????

Paraphyses this had.

I think asexual morph Geoglossum do not have? Am I right ?

Picture is from those  big spores like on the picture ????

Best regards Martti
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Stip Helleman, 24-11-2023 22:09
Stip Helleman
Re : Sterile Geoglossum or only juvenile ?
Dear Martti,

these round objects are no ascospores of a Geoglosssum, perhaps Laccaria tortilis or a Myxomycete.


Nicolas VAN VOOREN, 25-11-2023 08:10
Re : Sterile Geoglossum or only juvenile ?
Why not showing the specimen? It could help...
Rajamaki Martti, 26-11-2023 21:34
Re : Sterile Geoglossum or only juvenile ?
I did not attach the picture of fruitingbody because it is quite typical Geoglossaceae, but yes I really think that is only immature Geoglossum. I have not seen before immature Geoglossum but I also found one from my own collection. So maybe it is only too young or then without ascis on whole life ????

Best regards Martti
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