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Daldinia cf. fissa ?
Pavol Palo, 20-06-2014 00:17
Hello friends,

what do you thing about Daldinia cf. fissa ?


Regards


Pavol


 


p.s. 


On death standing tree (Alnus glutinosa)


Fruitbody:  max. 50 x 40 x 40 mm


The white line on cut max. diam 1 mm


The perithecia  800-1000 x 300-400 µm


The asci are 8 spores 150-250 x 9 µm


The apical ring 3-4 x 0,5-1 µm ( in Melzer = blue )


The ascospores (12)14-15(16) x 6-7 µm


In 10% KOH pigment is purple / violaceous


 

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Joey JTan, 20-06-2014 01:57
Re : Daldinia cf. fissa ?
I believe D. fissa was recently synonymized with D. vernicosa.  Take a look at the key in the recent Daldinia monograph (2014):

A polyphasic taxonomy of Daldinia (Xylariaceae)
http://www.studiesinmycology.org/content/77/1/1.full
Jacques Fournier, 20-06-2014 08:45
Jacques Fournier
Re : Daldinia cf. fissa ?
Hi Pavol,
this is most likely D. petriniae, at least a member of the complex of closely related species. I was not aware it occured as early as mid June at ascigerous state.
D. vernicosa has a gelatinous interior that turns hollow and differently shaped and darker ascospores.
Cheers,
Jacques
Pavol Palo, 20-06-2014 23:29
Re : Daldinia cf. fissa ?

Thank you very much 


Pavol