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Hola.Una Botryosphaeriaceae sobre la corteza de un

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Green anamorphe on Salix sp.
Pavol Palo, 21-12-2015 19:12
Hello friends,

I would need some idea or opinion.

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Pavol 

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Hans-Otto Baral, 21-12-2015 19:30
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Green anamorphe on Salix sp.
Looks like an attached branch, exposed, not on the ground. The bluegreen colour suggests a Claussenomyces (in the usual sense of the genus).
Pavol Palo, 21-12-2015 19:55
Re : Green anamorphe on Salix sp.
Hi Zotto
At first glance I thought of Claussenomyces atrovirens. But I've never seen it should anamorphic stage.
Palo
p.s. Yes , it grew on the bark of the willow twigs still connected
Hans-Otto Baral, 21-12-2015 23:21
Hans-Otto Baral
Re : Green anamorphe on Salix sp.
This group is difficult, and who knows whether this one is described at all.