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anamorph on Eucalyptus wood from the Algarve (Portugal)
Lothar Krieglsteiner, 14-02-2016 01:18
Lothar Krieglsteiner

When I collected this, it remindet me of a Heterobasidiomycete - and when I put it under the slide it was "sliding" from side to side first.


Some time ago I learnt here that for instance Chaetospermum is a basidiomycete - but ...


... likely I show you the anamorph of some ascomycete.


When preparing it was obvious that there are two different hyphae - hyaline ones and dark ones embedded everywhere in the hyaline ones. The conidia are very small.


Can somebody provide me with a name or a hint?


Regards from Lothar

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Joey JTan, 14-02-2016 01:58
Re : anamorph on Eucalyptus wood from the Algarve (Portugal)
This looks like Leucogloea compressa, a basidiomycete anamorph, but I'm not sure about the dematiaceous anamorph, perhaps unrelated and parasitizing or growing with the sporodochial fungus.

Lothar Krieglsteiner, 14-02-2016 02:09
Lothar Krieglsteiner
Re : anamorph on Eucalyptus wood from the Algarve (Portugal)

Hello Joey,


thank you very much for your proposal - this sounds good and as I thought it is a heterobasidiomycete. You think the black hyphae are a parasite - yes, why not?


Best regards from Lothar