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Red ascomycota
Cvenkel Miran, 13-01-2013 13:57
A couple of years old concrete beeing populated by mosses. The red color is right one. Can be spotted from far. Only specimen. Loc.: Slovenia.

Yannick Mourgues, 13-01-2013 13:59
Yannick Mourgues
Re : Red ascomycota
See Octospora genus ?
Cvenkel Miran, 13-01-2013 14:09
Re : Red ascomycota
hmm: Octospora cyathoides, here it is said it should be 1-5 cm in diameter. My filing is that mine is final size. I have been looking at it for a week or so, and picked it up today as snow started (-:. The temperatures was extemly high for this part of year , up to 14oC.
Enrique Rubio, 13-01-2013 14:09
Enrique Rubio
Re : Red ascomycota
The moss looks like Tortula muralis and the fungus could be Lamprospora (Octospora) dictydiola.
Have you some microphotos of the spores?
Cvenkel Miran, 13-01-2013 14:16
Re : Red ascomycota
I have specimen, but would not know how to extract spores. Where can I read about that , or if you can give e some advice ?

A microsope of some sort is available, I think max 750x, but I don't think  exact measureents can be done with that.

Otherwise, this- Lamprospora (Octospora) dictydiola looks compatible.
Enrique Rubio, 13-01-2013 14:38
Enrique Rubio
Re : Red ascomycota
You need to take a little part of the red hymenium and to observe it under a microscope. It's a good practice to prepepare it in Cotton blue for to see the reticulum of the roundish ascospores...
Jacky Launoy, 13-01-2013 17:24
Re : Red ascomycota
I think the moss looks like a Barbula sp. and then the asco could be Octospora leucoloma var crosslandii
Gilbert MOYNE, 13-01-2013 23:12
Re : Red ascomycota
Sans spores, c'est la loterie...
La forte marge blanchâtre est plus fréquente chez les Lamprospora mais tout est possible.