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Hyalorbilia crème
Javier Ormad, 22-02-2010 21:37
Bonjour tout le monde
Eucalyptus bois dégradés, apothécies jusqu'à 3 mm. Mes conclusions sont partielles vers H. inflatula ou H. ulicicola (plus celle-ci), mais pas dans l'Index Fungorum ....
Je voudrais connaître votre opinion
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Javier Ormad, 22-02-2010 21:41
Re:Hyalorbilia crème
Asques cylindriques-clavées, octosporées, biseriate, pleurorrincas, non amyloïdes, 24-40 x 4'5-5'5 microns. Elliptique ascospores généralement droit, certaines courbes, lisses, hyalines, aseptate, généralement avec 2 gútulas à l'extrémité, parfois avec gútulas autres accessoires plus petits, 3'5-6 x 1-1.8 microns. Paráfisis cylindrique, légèrement élargie à l'apex. Notez que dans le niveau supérieur avec asques, il ya une couche gélifiée, qui sépare l'extérieur. Excípulum ectal structure prismatique, perpendiculaire à la himenial surface. Subiculum en présence d'hyphes foncé avec des cloisons et des murs épais.
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Javier Ormad, 22-02-2010 21:43
Re:Hyalorbilia crème
Esporas
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Hans-Otto Baral, 22-02-2010 23:30
Hans-Otto Baral
Re:Hyalorbilia crème
Hi Javier,

yes, this is H. ulicicola (ined.). We have named this species so because JPP found it frequently on Ulex, but later it appeared on various hosts including conifers.

Spores are very typical, fusoid, size exact. Also only a few species of the genus get such big apos, including inflatula.

Is it actually wood? looks a bit like bark?

I would like to note this collection, it is the first record on Eucalyptus. Could you please send me the collection data?

If you search on Eucalyptus please take care of Orbilia alba, the interesting rather large white Orbilia from last year. I would very much need a further fresh collection.

thanks
Zotto
Javier Ormad, 23-02-2010 00:13
Re:Hyalorbilia crème
The material is one of the layers that form a stump eucalyptus logging that degrades over time.
I have not the fresh material and barely dried (it is very difficult to study these species). I will try to return to the site this week and see if there are specimens.
By mail and distributional data would score if you can get fresh material
Thanks
Hans-Otto Baral, 23-02-2010 00:18
Hans-Otto Baral
Re:Hyalorbilia crème
Thanks, Javier, but I actually do not need this ulicicola which I have seen plenty times, and which does not occur in my area.

I do not know where you collect but it was near Castrillon where this Orbilia alba on Eucalyptus came from, by Enrique Rubio. This one we would very much like to culture and sequence.

Zotto
Javier Ormad, 23-02-2010 18:58
Re:Hyalorbilia crème
My collection is from Valencia. El Saler. Casal d'Esplai. 05/02/2010. 30S YJ3257. JOS 20100205.03
Talk to Enrique and seek Orbilia alba around here.
Thanks.
Kind regards