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Trichophaea? on plant debris
Marja Pennanen, 22-08-2012 21:00
Hi,
I did not manage to determine these hairy cups with Nordic Macromycetes.
Maybe someone here is familiar with the species.

They are 3-6 mm wide.
Spores are about 18-22x9-10+.
Asci are about 200-260x12-18 and paraphyses exceed asci a bit and are septate, 5-8 wide.
The hairs are brown, septate, up to about 400x8.

Marja
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Hans-Otto Baral, 22-08-2012 21:04
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Trichophaea? on plant debris
Hi Marja

I think this fits well in the Trichophaea gregaria group. Spores may be finely warted. Me and Enrique have larger spores ca. 20-24(-28) x 11-13, and Breitenbach have 23-25 x 9-10.

Zotto
François Valade, 22-08-2012 21:07
François Valade
Re : Trichophaea? on plant debris
Marja, there is a key in Ron Bronkers'a paper, available in Documentation section of this forum.
François
Marja Pennanen, 22-08-2012 21:44
Re : Trichophaea? on plant debris
Hi,

wow how fast answers.
Thank you.
I rejected T. gregaria because of the spore size and habitat.
My ealier collections of T. gregaria are only on ditch benches.

Thankfully: Marja
Luc Bailly, 22-08-2012 23:28
Luc Bailly
Re : Trichophaea? on plant debris
Hi Marja,
Could you take a photo of the base of the hairs? Sometimes, it helps.
Cheers - LUC.