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Diatrypaceae - Eutypa, Eutypella?
Jenny Seawright, 16-02-2015 21:27
Jenny SeawrightHello all,

Found on Gorse, Ulex europaeus but the closest I've managed is a Diatrypaceae and possibly Eutypa or Eutypella?

Stroma were brownish, ostioles protruding. Spores +/- curved, most with a small guttule at each end, (8)10-12(15) x 2.5(3) µm.

Help appreciated!
With regards,
Jenny
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Enrique Rubio, 16-02-2015 21:30
Enrique Rubio
Re : Diatrypaceae - Eutypa, Eutypella?

Hi Jenny


What the entostroma is? If it is withish, could be Eutypella leprosa a vey common fungus on Ulex

Jenny Seawright, 16-02-2015 22:20
Jenny Seawright
Re : Diatrypaceae - Eutypa, Eutypella?
Hi Enrique - I'm only slowly becoming familiar with mycological terms but I think the photograph below shows it as whitish?

I've found this fungus on most of the Ulex I've collected specimens from on a coastal heath in southern England.

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Jacques Fournier, 17-02-2015 14:05
Jacques Fournier
Re : Diatrypaceae - Eutypa, Eutypella?
Hi Jenny,
the internal structure is more easily seen on a vertical section.
Cheers,
Jacques
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Enrique Rubio, 17-02-2015 17:41
Enrique Rubio
Re : Diatrypaceae - Eutypa, Eutypella?

Hi Jenny


It's possible, but Jacques's pic show us perfectly what the white entostroma is.


Please, try again

Jenny Seawright, 17-02-2015 19:52
Jenny Seawright
Re : Diatrypaceae - Eutypa, Eutypella?
Thank you Jacques for your help and Enrique for your patience! I've added a photograph of a vertical section, though the quality is poor.

Jenny

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Enrique Rubio, 17-02-2015 20:27
Enrique Rubio
Re : Diatrypaceae - Eutypa, Eutypella?

Hi Jenny


I think the entostroma is withish. So Eutypella leprosa could be a good choice

Jenny Seawright, 17-02-2015 20:30
Jenny Seawright
Re : Diatrypaceae - Eutypa, Eutypella?
Thank you very much for your help Enrique