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Bryoscyphus on Conocephalum conicum
Enrique Rubio, 19-07-2015 18:27
Enrique RubioPlease, read the attached pdf.
Michel Hairaud, 19-07-2015 21:02
Michel Hairaud
Re : Bryoscyphus on Conocephalum conicum

Hi Enrique, did you find crystals in the excipulum ?



Hans-Otto Baral, 19-07-2015 21:05
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Bryoscyphus on Conocephalum conicum
Hi Enrique

what a wonderful collection!!! I don't think it is turbinatus. Why not conocephali? Surely, the spores are too narrow, but: 1. The apical ring in turbinatus is Calycina-type, conocephali is Hymenoscyphus-type. 2. The living paraphyses of B. turbinatus are eguttulate.

Conclusion: B. turbinatus is no Bryoscyphus at all. In fact, an unpublished phylotree by Marie Davy shows it to be with Arachnopeziza!

I think you have at least something very close to B. conocephali, and I am especially happy because this is the first time I see this species alive, which is the type of the genus.

Enrique Rubio, 19-07-2015 21:15
Enrique Rubio
Re : Bryoscyphus on Conocephalum conicum

Hi MIchel and Zotto

No, Michel. I don't find crystals in the excipulum but I couldn't study well it because I have only two apothecia.

Really very interesting your advices, Zotto. I was thinking that  is was not conocephali because the ascospores described by Kirk and Spooner are very polymorphic and broader.

Do you want my pics at higher resolution?

Many thanks to both

Hans-Otto Baral, 19-07-2015 22:14
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Bryoscyphus on Conocephalum conicum
oh yes, please send!