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Could someone please give me a copy of the followi

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Ophiobolus(?) on woody sustrate
Enrique Rubio, 07-08-2013 18:53
Enrique RubioHi to all
Have you some idea about these minute blackish flask-shaped, erumpent, ostiolate pseudothecia that grew on thin branches of Ribes petraeum at 1700 m of altitude?
The ascospores have an inflated cell close to the apical end

Thanks again
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Gernot Friebes, 07-08-2013 20:12
Re : Ophiobolus(?) on woody sustrate
Hi Enrique,

interesting! This year I found a similar species on Ribes alpinum, also at high altitude. The ascomata are clearly collapsing in my collection, could you observe that as well?

I only took some quick photos of my fungus as I didn't have time yet to study it more thoroughly. I couldn't find a name for it either unfortunately.

Best wishes,
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Enrique Rubio, 07-08-2013 20:24
Enrique Rubio
Re : Ophiobolus(?) on woody sustrate
Yes, Gernot. The mine are collapsed too and I think that your fungus is the same!

Maybe some people will can to help us

Martin Bemmann, 07-08-2013 20:38
Martin Bemmann
Re : Ophiobolus(?) on woody sustrate
Hi Enrique and Gernot,

you don't give enough data but attached paper could possibly help.


Enrique Rubio, 07-08-2013 20:54
Enrique Rubio
Re : Ophiobolus(?) on woody sustrate
Hi Martin. You are right because our data are very scanty, but the problem is I know any Ophiobolus species on woody sustrate.
I think this fungus is not in Shoemaker's monography that I have read!

Martin Bemmann, 07-08-2013 21:22
Martin Bemmann
Re : Ophiobolus(?) on woody sustrate
Hi Enrique,

there was such a nice candidate by its name: O. collapsus... ;-)

best regards