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On Camellia japonica
Enrique Rubio, 08-11-2012 21:11
Enrique RubioHello my friends
I need your help with these minute (up to 0.4 mm), gregarious, superficial, pubescent, very narrowly sessile, subturbinate, bright yellow ascomata that grew on the decaying flower covering structures (calyx) of Camellia japonica at the sea level. 
I think could be a Calycellina species but I don't see some species that fits well with our collection.
What do you think?
Many thanks again
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Hans-Otto Baral, 08-11-2012 21:20
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Re : On Camellia japonica
This is Calycellina ochracea ERD-4385, and I consider a relation to Rodwayella.

Enrique Rubio, 09-11-2012 14:51
Enrique Rubio
Re : On Camellia japonica
Thanks, Zotto!