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Juuso Äikäs

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Camarops microspora?
Enrique Rubio, 08-07-2015 21:15
Enrique Rubio

Hi again


These inmersed stromata were collected on november 2014 on indeterminate hardwood, maybe Quercus but not Alnus. The stromata are 3-7 mm broad and 2.5-3 mm high and the perithecia 0.5-1.2 mm in diameter. The brownish mature ascospores have a minute pore.


I feel this is Camarops microspora on an unusual sustrate. Could I right?


Thanks again


 

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Thomas Læssøe, 09-07-2015 11:29
Re : Camarops microspora?
to me the stromata are more similar to the Camarops lutea complex than to C. microspora. This/these fungi occur on all sorts of substrates both hard- and softwoods. best wishes Thomas
Enrique Rubio, 09-07-2015 14:15
Enrique Rubio
Re : Camarops microspora?

Hi Thomas


Could this fungus with stromata with no luteous pigments belongs to the Camaprops lutea complex?


Thanks for help me

Thomas Læssøe, 09-07-2015 14:28
Re : Camarops microspora?
The amount of yellow in the surrounding wood is in my experience extremely variable and I have some collections that I believe belong here completely without yellow. But there are also material (not from DK) where the yellow colour can be found in the stroma itself. There should be some minor differences in sporesize and shape between microspora and the lutea complex
Enrique Rubio, 09-07-2015 14:32
Enrique Rubio
Re : Camarops microspora?

It is very interesting because really there are not morfological differences with the stromata and ascospores of lutea.


Thanks a lot, Thomas