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Hymenoscyphus on Narthecium ossifragum
Enrique Rubio, 15-09-2014 18:00
Enrique Rubio

Hi to everybody


These very small yellowish, scattered, long stipitate apothecia, up to 0.7 mm high 0.5 mm broad, were found on old stems of Narthecium ossifragum in a boggy place at 1400 m of altitude.


Asci are broadly clavate, 8-spored, up to 145 x 18, apical pore IKI b of Hymenoscyphus-type, without croziers. Ascospores ellipsoid, with many small guttules, 0-(1) septate. Paraphyses multiguttulate as the marginal cells. Excipulum bulit by a + or –  elongate textura prismatica with no gelified tissue.


I don't find any species that fits with our find. Any idea for it?


Associated fungi: Mollisia cf. palustris and Mollisia russea.


Thanks again

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Hans-Otto Baral, 15-09-2014 21:37
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Hymenoscyphus on Narthecium ossifragum
Hi Enrique

I have no spontaneous idea! It is rare that a species with homopolar spores (without pointd base) lacks croziers.

If you want you can send me the plate when finished. Then I can identify future records of yours :-)

Zotto