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Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

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Malcolm  Greaves Malcolm Greaves

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William de Jong

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Enrique Rubio Enrique Rubio

Hi ForumThe ascomata of this fungus grew on cortic

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Zuidland Peter

Hello all,I have found this erumpant only on Olear

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Zuidland Peter

Hello all,I have found this erumpant only on Olear

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William de Jong

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Robin Isaksson Robin Isaksson

Spores 10-15 x 1,8-2,3um Found on apel twig today

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Phylacia o Daldinia???
Martinez Mariana, 22-01-2013 22:32
Hi all! I found this fungus growing on trees or logs decaying ellipsoidal spores has about 14.5 x 8.2 um approximately septate hyphae with generative presence of clasps and skeletal hyphae , is attached directly to the substrate and has a small stipe some at do you have a cross section in the upper stroma where spores are and looking good on the magnifying glass you can see it has communication with the outer surface ... or could be Phylacia globosa is a genre of Daldinia?? please if I could help =) From now thank you very much!
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FELIPE SAN MARTÍN, 23-01-2013 01:01
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Re : Phylacia o Daldinia???
Mariana: Se trata de una especie de Phylacia un tanto depauperada. Phylacia se distingue de Daldinia en que no tiene entostroma zonado (de hecho el entostroma en Phylacia está casi ausente en la madurez), sus ascosporas son generalmente subhialinas a amarillentas con extremos señaladamente redondeados (casi cuboides) cuya línea germinal es inconspicua o ausente.
Saludos!
Martinez Mariana, 23-01-2013 01:21
Re : Phylacia o Daldinia???
Thank you so much! There is some information on gender phylacia discuss where their hyphae, basidia?? I searched a lot but have not been successful, I've only found information spores and macroscopic characteristics ...

Good Luck!! =)