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Capronia pilosella/Herpotrichiella moravica
Enrique Rubio, 26-12-2013 19:59
Enrique Rubio

These very small (up 70 125 microns), superficial, blackish, roundish and pilose ascomata grew on decorticated wood of Quercus ilex. Could be Capronia pilosella/Herpotrichiella moravica with so long hairs up to 210 mic. long? Are these names synonims?


 


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Eduard Osieck, 26-12-2013 20:10
Re : Capronia pilosella/Herpotrichiella moravica
Yes, Untereiner (1997; Mycologia 89: 120-131) considers these two species conspecific. This conclusion is followed by Friebes (2012, ascomycete.org 4 (3) : 60): "C. moravica (Petr.) E. Müll., Petrini, P.J. Fisher, Samuels & Rossman is considered a synonym of C. pilosella (UNTEREINER, 1997).
Hopefully this helps,
Regards, Eduard
Enrique Rubio, 26-12-2013 20:31
Enrique Rubio
Re : Capronia pilosella/Herpotrichiella moravica
Thanks Eduard
Björn Wergen, 29-12-2013 12:46
Björn Wergen
Re : Capronia pilosella/Herpotrichiella moravica
Hi Enrique,

hairs/setae are not Capronia-like, but typical for Chaetosphaeria species. Are they realy belong to the fruitbodies or are they just surrounding them? I had C. pilosella many times, always with very small spores and distinct black acute setae of ~60-80µm length.

regards,
björn
Enrique Rubio, 29-12-2013 13:00
Enrique Rubio
Re : Capronia pilosella/Herpotrichiella moravica

Hi Björn


Yes. the hairs undoubtedly belong to the ascomata. And yes, my older collections of Capronia pilosella have blackish, short acute setae as you say.


 


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