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23-11-2019 00:27

BERNARD CLESSE BERNARD CLESSE

Bonsoir à toutes et tous,Que pensez-vous de cette

22-11-2019 11:18

Lothar Krieglsteiner Lothar Krieglsteiner

... found 12.11.2019, Burg Vogelsang, Eingang, an

22-11-2019 09:41

Enrique Rubio Enrique Rubio

Hi againThis Mollisia grew on corticated branches

02-02-2014 23:37

Milanka Tanaskovic

Bonjour à tous,   Voici un champignon récolté

14-11-2019 16:35

Edmond POINTE Edmond POINTE

Bonjour à tous,Je me perd dans la détermination

21-11-2019 23:59

Matthias Mann Matthias Mann

Dear community, In all my Asco-Books I cannot fin

22-11-2019 11:36

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

Me mandan el material seco de Galicia, recolectado

22-11-2019 10:47

Lothar Krieglsteiner Lothar Krieglsteiner

This was discovered by chance, yesterday, as I was

07-11-2019 20:59

Riet van Oosten Riet van Oosten

Hello, Found by Laurens van der Linde on a young

19-11-2019 22:08

Hagen Graebner Hagen Graebner

Dear all - thses Ascomycetes are growing on cultur

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Morchella spec. from Portugal - M. anatolica (???)
Lothar Krieglsteiner, 28-04-2016 22:22
Lothar Krieglsteiner

I found only one ascoma - on February, the 27th. Findplace: Portugal, Algarve, n. Loule, nature reserve Fonte Benemola, under Fraxinus angustifolia - and: Nerium oleander!


I first thought of M. anatolica because of the macroscopy. But unfortunately the specimen was not ripe, I found not asci with spores (first two fotos). So I dried half of the carpophore at once and kept the other half in a box. I investigated the nearly fluid rest at March, the 14th. I had luck and found some asci with spores (other fotos).


Compared with the original description from Turkey (Isiloglu et al. 2010) I came to the conclusion that my specimen cannot be M. anatolica: the spore measures do not fit perfectly and - more important - I could not find the ornament of striae described by the authors. But - ... possibly this was because of the ripening process that was "suboptimal" (???).


Yesterday (because of the post of Pierre-Arthur) I read the key of Clovez & al. 2015). Here there is no alternative to M. anatolica - and: Nerium oleander is considered as the partner plant of M. anatolica. And Nerium oleander was present in my collection (beneath Fraxinus angustifolia what I thought to be the partner or host).


So - can somebody help me with my morel? By the way: it is the onyl morel carpophore that I ever found in Portugal ...


Best regards from Lothar

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Hans Adema, 29-04-2016 16:04
Re : Morchella spec. from Portugal - M. anatolica (???)
Strange thing. Never seen such a morchelloid species before. I really weonder what is is.
Pierre-Arthur Moreau, 29-04-2016 17:36
Pierre-Arthur Moreau
Re : Morchella spec. from Portugal - M. anatolica (???)
Hi Lothar, it seems that you have made the first observation of Morchella anatolica from Portugal. congratulations ! The identification does not sound doubtful, it is a very singular species. In melzer you should be able to distinguish the striations on the most mature spores.
Best wishes, Pierre-Arthur
Lothar Krieglsteiner, 29-04-2016 20:29
Lothar Krieglsteiner
Re : Morchella spec. from Portugal - M. anatolica (???)

Hello Hans and Pierre-Arthur,


thank you very much for your comments.


@Pierre-Arthur: I will try to look in Melzer - but unfortunately I am moving in the moment and every specimens are somewhere in boxes .... -


In cotton blue I could observe no structures of the spore wall.


Best regards from Lothar

Lothar Krieglsteiner, 29-04-2016 20:31
Lothar Krieglsteiner
Re : Morchella spec. from Portugal - M. anatolica (???)

Hi Pierre-Arthur,


I forgot to ask:


You write it is the first find of M. anatolica in Portugal. Well, it is not so difficult to find a lot of new species for Portugal, I fear. But - do you know something of Spanish finds? Or asked in another way: where besides Turkey exist reliable specimens of M. anatolica?


Thanks in advance and best regards from Lothar