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Any hints for this Asco? Genus?
Thomas Flammer, 21-05-2024 16:12
Substrate: not quite sure, on pluvious stem of a hard grass (substrate evtl. Molinia?), Asci IKI+, Spores 11,5-13,5 x 1,8 - 2,5 ym, slightly curved and 1septated, fruitbodies tiny 0,1-0,3 mm with yellowish disc. Excipulum with brown cells and septated hairs, paraphyses slender. croziers yes, Thanks for any guidance. 
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Hans-Otto Baral, 21-05-2024 16:26
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Re : Any hints for this Asco? Genus?
These are no hairs but anchoring hyphae.

 The apos look superficial, but remind me of Pyrenopeziza. Important would be to study fresh in water to see the paraphysis contents. Perhaps it is a Mollisia with 1-septate spores: M. melaena. Then refractive vacuolar bodies (VBs) shoul fill the living paraphyses.